Archive - July 2016

Tasmania drops plan to raise smoking age

Tasmania has dropped plans to raise the smoking age to as high as 25 after lengthy consultations, the Australian Broadcast Corporation said in a report citing...

Board changes at BAT

British American Tobacco said Senior Independent Director Christine Morin-Postel will leave the Main Board at the end of this year and named former Celesio...

Fewer Japanese smokers

Japanese smokers represent 19.3 per cent of the adult population a decline of 0.6 percentage points representing 570,000 people, according to an annual survey...

BAT boosts share of key markets

British American Tobacco organic volume increased 2.1 per cent in the first six months of 2016 as the company increased its share of key markets, BAT said.

PM USA Marlboro volume down 5.5 per cent

Philip Morris USA sales and cigarette shipping volume declined in the second quarter, but product price increases coupled with lower administrative and...

RAI says Newport integration complete

Reynolds American completed integration of the acquired Newport brand into RJ Reynolds Tobacco in June, six months earlier than planned, RAI said.

STG Board member Hvid passes away

Scandinavian Tobacco Group’s Hermod Hvid, employee representative on the Board of Directors since March, 2015, died on 18 July after an illness of several...

Government plans levy on vaping liquids

The government is planning a levy on vaping liquids, including those without nicotine, which could double the price of e-cigarettes, the broadcaster Yle...

Tobacco biofuel powers first commercial flights

South African Airways (SAA) and low-cost carrier Mango flew 300 passengers from Johannesburg to Cape Town on 15 July, in what was described as Africa’s first...

PMI says iQOS is big in Japan

Philip Morris International (PMI) said its iQOS heat-not-burn product increased its market share in Japan, one of a handful of countries where the device has...

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