Archive - October 2014

UNITED STATES
PM USA cigarette volume dips 2.8 per cent

Cigarette volume at Altria subsidiary Philip Morris USA fell 2.8 per cent in the three months to 30 Sept in line with general decline in the US industry, the...

NEW ZEALAND
Duty-free cigarettes limit slashed

Passengers entering New Zealand will be limited to 50 duty-free cigarettes from 1 Nov, a reduction of three quarters from the current 200 that officials say...

JAPAN
JTI Camel volume rises 27 per cent

Japan Tobacco International shipments of Camel cigarettes increased 26.8 per cent to 13.5 billion sticks in the third quarter but volume of the highly touted...

UNITED STATES
Pandolfino stands down at 22nd Century

22nd Century Group said Joseph Pandolfino has stepped down as chief executive and board chairman at the biotech specialist in a management shuffle that will...

SWEDEN
Swedish Match snus volume flat

Swedish Match regional snus shipments in the third quarter were unchanged at 58.5 million cans, however US moist-snuff shipments increased 4 per cent to 35.6...

UNITED STATES
Florida jury awards smoker USD 41.1 million

A federal court jury in Florida awarded USD 41.1 million (EUR 32.4 million) to former smoker Kenneth Kerrivan after finding Philip Morris USA and RJ Reynolds...

UNITED KINGDOM
BAT major brand volume rises 6.2 per cent

British American Tobacco (BAT) cigarette volume of its five global drive brands increased 6.2 per cent in the nine months to 30 Sept, the company said.

UNITED STATES
RJRT market share stable as Camel gains

RJ Reynolds Tobacco (RJRT) market share was nearly unchanged in the third quarter, down 0.1 percentage point to 26.6 per cent in the US, as a strong...

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