Archive - July 2015

UNITED STATES
PM USA Marlboro volume rises 3 per cent

Shipments of Philip Morris USA’s flagship Marlboro brand rose 3 per cent to 28.5 billion sticks in the second quarter as the cigarette increased its market...

UNITED KINGDOM
BAT earnings hit by currency movements

British American Tobacco (BAT) operating profit in the first half of 2015 fell 4.6 per cent due to expected adverse movements in foreign exchange rates but...

GHANA
Tobacco product levy hiked

Parliament raised excise duty on tobacco products to 170 per cent of the ex-factory price from 150 per cent primarily to reduce consumption, the government...

UNITED KINGDOM
Union may strike over Essentra plant closure

Workers at the Essentra filter manufacturing plant in Jarrow may strike to save as many as 220 jobs at the facility that could be closed by the end of the...

FRANCE
Senate panel balks at plain packaging

The Senate panel reviewing a bill that would introduce uniform packaging for cigarettes removed the plain-pack requirement, calling instead for large health...

FRANCE
Protests ahead of Senate plain-pack vote

Tobacconists covered speed cameras with plastic bags to protest legislation requiring plain packaging for cigarettes that is scheduled for a Senate vote on 22...

UNITED KINGDOM
BSI releases e-cig quality guidelines

The British Standards Institution (BSI) in collaboration with the Electronic Cigarette Industry Trade Association (ECITA) has released a set of voluntary...

UNITED STATES
PMI shipment volume dips 1.3 per cent

Philip Morris International (PMI) second-quarter shipment volume at nearly 220 billion sticks dipped 1.3 per cent following an increase in the first three...

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