Archive - March 2013

UNITED KINGDOM
BAT testing modified risk cigarettes

British American Tobacco (BAT) is testing three modified-risk cigarette prototypes on volunteers to develop technology that could be incorporated into existing...

TURKEY
World Tobacco leaf conference in Istanbul

A conference on leaf issues with experts from around the world is planned for the sidelines of the World Tobacco Turkey 2013 trade exhibition to be held in...

UNITED KINGDOM
Illicit tobacco share falling, report shows

The market share of illicit cigarettes plunged from roughly 20 per cent to nine per cent in the decade from 2009 to 2010-11, according to a parliamentary...

UNITED STATES
New CTP chief to speak at TMA session

Mitch Zeller, newly appointed head of the Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Tobacco Products, headlines the list of speakers at the Tobacco Merchants...

INDIA
Punjab cigarette VAT may triple from April

Value-added tax on cigarettes will increase 144 per cent on 1 April to help close the deficit in the proposed state budget for 2013-14, in the northwestern...

UNITED STATES
Government shelves warning label appeal

The federal government will not pursue its legal battle to overturn a court ruling blocking the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from mandating large graphic...

UNITED STATES
PM USA to raise cigarette prices

Philip Morris USA will increase the pack price of its cigarette brands by 6 cents beginning 18 June, Convenience Store News reported.

UNITED STATES
NYC tobacco product display ban proposed

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said his city plans to become the nation’s first to ban display of tobacco products in retail outlets.

UNITED STATES
PM USA plans Engle ruling appeal

Philip Morris USA said it plans to appeal a Florida Supreme Court ruling that upheld the right of plaintiffs to use liability findings from the original Engle...

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