Archive - September 2017

WORLD
WHO urges boycott of PMI backed foundation

The World Health Organisation, citing treaty obligations not to work with tobacco companies, asked countries to boycott the newly established Foundation for a...

UNITED STATES
PMI restructures senior management

Philip Morris International (PMI) announced a series of senior management changes, including reviving the post of chief operating officer to be filled by...

UNITED KINGDOM
Imperial expects to meet fiscal year targets

Imperial Brands said it has gained market share in most of its priority markets in the second half and is “on track” to meet earnings expectations for the...

UNITED STATES
Majors increase cigarette list prices

Philip Morris USA and RJ Reynolds Tobacco, faced with falling sales, have raised cigarette wholesale prices by two to three per cent, Convenience Store News...

UNITED STATES
22nd Century says BAT license pact terminated

22nd Century Group, a developer of genetically modified tobacco plants with low or high nicotine content, announced termination of its research license...

UNITED KINGDOM
Smoking may be hazardous to your dog

Smokers who stick by a product deemed hazardous to their health now must contend with research showing their dogs may face early death from exposure to...

PHILIPPINES
NTA raises minimum floor prices

The National Tobacco Administration (NTA) approved increases in floor prices for tobacco to be sold in the next two trading years, the Manila Times said.

THAILAND
TTM hikes cigarette prices

State-owned Thailand Tobacco Monopoly (TTM) raised the price of most of its 20 brands, in some cases substantially, in response to higher excise taxes, the...

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