Archive - November 2014

GREECE
Papastratos invests in export production

Philip Morris International (PMI) subsidiary Papastratos Cigarette Manufacturing will invest EUR 25 million into new production lines to turn its factory into...

SWEDEN
PerkinElmer acquires Perten Instruments

US-based PerkinElmer agreed to acquire Perten Instruments of Sweden, a leader in analytical instruments, to improve its food testing portfolio, Perten said.

CHINA
Ban on tobacco product ads proposed

The government proposed banning all forms of advertising for tobacco products and codifying a ban on indoor smoking to strengthen its anti-smoking programme...

GERMANY
E-cig trade group demands damages

The E-cigarette Trade Association (VdeH) is readying a suit against the state of North Rhine-Westphalia for stunting business via a claim later rejected by a...

UNITED STATES
Oberlander to assume BAT board slot at RAI

Ricardo Oberlander, the British American Tobacco management board member responsible for the Americas, will join the board of directors at Reynolds American as...

GERMANY
High court rules e-cig not a medicine

The Federal Administrative Court ruled electronic cigarettes and liquids are not pharmaceuticals, striking down claims to the contrary by municipal, state and...

UNITED KINGDOM
BAT shuffles management

British American Tobacco (BAT) announced a series of management changes, including the departure of Nicoventures Managing Director Des Naughton and Neil...

UNITED STATES
Massachusetts town rejects tobacco sales ban

Westminster rejected a ban on tobacco sales that would have it the first in the nation to legislate the products off store shelves in the town near Boston...

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