Archive - July 2014

UNITED STATES
Blu eCig stumbles as competitors ramp up

Sales of blu eCigs, the US market leader in store sales, fell by more than one third in the second quarter as the introduction of competing products by...

TURKEY
Black plain-pack by autumn?

A package of tough anti-smoking measures that would require cigarettes be sold in plain black packs could be ready by autumn, the Hurriyet Daily News said in a...

UNITED KINGDOM
BAT increases market share

British American Tobacco (BAT), spearheaded by gains from global drive brands, increased its key-market shares during the first half of 2014, the company said.

JAPAN
Russia punches hole in JTI volume

Japan Tobacco International (JTI) combined cigarette and fine-cut shipment volume fell 5.8 per cent in the three months to 30 June as a sharp decline in Russia...

UNITED STATES
RJRT profit rises 5.4 per cent

RJ Reynolds Tobacco (RJRT) operating profit rose 5.4 per cent in the second quarter as higher prices for its products and lower payments into the Master...

TANZANIA
China orders 10,000 tonnes of tobacco

Yunnan Tobacco International will purchase 10,000 tonnes of tobacco this season following a bilateral trade agreement with China signed in 2013, according to...

CHINA
Six-month cigarette volume 1.3 trillion

Cigarette volume increased 0.2 percentage points to 1.3 trillion sticks through the first half of this year, enough to supply every Chinese citizen with 1,000...

UNITED STATES
Investor sues to block Lorillard sale

A Lorillard investor filed suit to block the proposed takeover of the US cigarette maker by Reynolds American, a deal that also involves international players...

UNITED STATES
PM USA 2nd quarter volume falls

Without adjustment for shifts in trade inventory, the decline was 5 per cent to 32.1 billion sticks. Marlboro volume fell 4.9 per cent to 27.7 billion sticks...

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