Archive - January 2013

JAPAN
JTI volume gains 2.4 per cent

Japan Tobacco International (JTI) cigarette shipment volume rose 2.4 per cent in the three months ending 31 Dec, driven by a 4 per cent increase in key brands...

UNITED KINGDOM
Dyrbus to leave Imperial

Finance Director Bob Dyrbus will leave the board of Imperial Tobacco for retirement as soon as a successor is found, the company announced.

UNITED KINGDOM
Imperial revenue rises on lower volume

Tobacco net revenue increased 2 per cent, helped by robust sales of premium cigarette brands, although volume dipped one per cent in the three months to 31...

VIETNAM
Cigarette tax to rise

Higher cigarette taxes will be part of a long-term strategy approved by Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung to reduce tobacco consumption, Viet Nam News (VNS)...

UNITED KINGDOM
Former White House doctor joins BAT

Dr Richard Tubb, a former White House physician and tobacco harm-reduction specialist, has joined British American Tobacco as a non-executive director, the...

GERMANY
GM change at Rhodia

Olivier Ferrary will take over as general manager at Rhodia Acetow in February, replacing Gérard Collette who moves to a position with parent Solvay Group in...

ZIMBABWE
Matabiri predicts stable tobacco prices

Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board Chief Executive Andrew Matabiri said tobacco prices in 2013 should be near last year's levels, when the average was...

TURKEY
Curtains for hubbly bubbly

The smoking ban for enclosed public areas has been extended to include water pipes, Agence France Presse reports.

RUSSIA
Anti-smoking bill passes second reading

A series of severe anti-smoking measures for the world’s second largest tobacco market gained overwhelming approval in a second reading before the...

RUSSIA
Second reading for anti-smoking bill

A bill that would ban tobacco sales at kiosks from June and indoor smoking in most public places one year later is scheduled for a second reading in the Duma...

Want to read the latest TJI?

Industrie.de Infoservice
Vielen Dank für Ihre Bestellung!
Sie erhalten in Kürze eine Bestätigung per E-Mail.
Von Ihnen ausgesucht:
Weitere Informationen gewünscht?
Einfach neue Dokumente auswählen
und zuletzt Adresse eingeben.
Wie funktioniert der Industrie.de Infoservice?
Zur Hilfeseite »
Ihre Adresse:














Die Konradin Verlag Robert Kohlhammer GmbH erhebt, verarbeitet und nutzt die Daten, die der Nutzer bei der Registrierung zum Industrie.de Infoservice freiwillig zur Verfügung stellt, zum Zwecke der Erfüllung dieses Nutzungsverhältnisses. Der Nutzer erhält damit Zugang zu den Dokumenten des Industrie.de Infoservice.
AGB
datenschutz-online@konradin.de