Archive - April 2016

INDIA
Court upholds ITC on pre-April inventory

Cigarette maker ITC gained a partial victory when a high court said the government may not seize inventory manufactured before larger health warnings came into...

UNITED STATES
PM USA increases market share

Philip Morris USA increased cigarette-market share 0.3 percentage points to 51.4 per cent in the first quarter due to rising popularity of its L&M discount...

INDONESIA
WT Jakarta targeted by demonstrators

World Tobacco Process and Machinery Asia was the target of at least 100 student demonstrators who said machines on display at the trade show would serve to...

UNITED KINGDOM
RCP backs e-cigarettes as smoking alternative

The Royal College of Physicians in a 200-page report rejected arguments that e-cigarettes represent a gateway or normalise Smoking, and said vaping is a...

UNITED KINGDOM
BAT announces Board changes

British American Tobacco announced the retirements of Karen de Segundo, the Board member who chaired the corporate and social responsibility (CSR) committee...

UNITED KINGDOM
BAT volume gains in first quarter

Cigarette volume at British American Tobacco increased 4 billion sticks in the first quarter to 156 billion, adjusted for acquisitions, as the company...

UNITED STATES
Cameron to stay on as Reynolds CEO

Reynolds American Chief Executive Officer Susan Cameron will remain at RAI beyond her initial departure date to see through integration of the Newport brand...

UNITED STATES
ITG redundancies as Newport deal ends

ITG Brands expects to make 375 workers redundant at its Greensboro, North Carolina plant with the end of a deal to manufacture Newport cigarettes for Reynolds...

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