Archive - July 2013

UNITED STATES
FDA issues preliminary report on menthol

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a preliminary report on the health impact of menthol cigarettes that states they may be more addicting and may...

UNITED STATES
PM USA Marlboro shipments fall

Philip Morris USA Marlboro shipments fell 7.2 per cent to 29.1 sticks in the second quarter although the premium brand’s market share remained stable, parent...

RUSSIA
Cigarette prices may rise 150 per cent

The Health Ministry wants larger tobacco excise tax hikes than planned and has prepared a proposal that would raise the average price of a cigarette pack 150...

PHILIPPINES
Public input sought on e-cigarettes

The Food and Drug Administration is seeking input from consumer groups, organisations, academics and other government units on the safety and regulation of...

UNITED STATES
PMI shipment volume down nearly 4 per cent

Philip Morris International (PMI) second-quarter shipping volumes fell in all its major regions, creating a 3.9 per cent overall drop that the cigarette maker...

SWEDEN
Swedish Match snus home market share dips

Swedish Match snus and snuff sales fell 5 per cent in the second quarter as lower priced competitors took market share from the leader at home and US...

FRANCE
CORESTA tackles e-cigarette product testing

Standardising terminology and testing procedures for electronic cigarettes will be the subject of a Cooperative Centre for Scientific Research Relative to...

UNITED STATES
Tobacco company earnings next week

Major tobacco companies reporting quarterly earnings the week of 22 July include Altria Group, Reynolds American (RAI) and Lorillard.

JAPAN
JT to raise USD 500 mln for future needs

Japan Tobacco (JT) will issue USD 500 million (EUR 381 million) in five-year notes at a fixed annual rate of 2.1 per cent to diversify funding sources and...

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