Archive - November 2017

ZIMBABWE
More growers register

Grower registrations for the 2017/18 tobacco growing season have risen by 36 per cent compared to the same period last year, newspaper the Chronicle reported.

UNITED KINGDOM
JT actions contingency supply plan

Japan Tobacco says a contingency supply plan will mean no “significant interruption” to its sales will result from troubled wholesaler Palmer and Harvey...

FRANCE
Bank cites WHO in end to tobacco lending

BNP Paribas SA will “progressively disengage” from its relationships with tobacco clients by ceasing to fund and advise tobacco companies because of health...

THAILAND
Monopoly seeks excise revision

Thailand Tobacco Monopoly’s request for a review of excise hikes that have triggered a forecast slip in the monopoly's sales is being considered by the...

EGYPT
Cig. maker awaits VAT hike ratification

Egypt's largest cigarette producer Eastern Company said it will not raise pack prices until the president ratifies an amendment to laws on value-added...

UNITED STATES
Tobacco 'ads' return to newspapers

Tobacco advertisements will return to newspapers and broadcast television on Sunday in the form of court-ordered “corrective” statements warning of the...

UNITED STATES
ITG Brands names new President, CEO

Dan Carr will succeed David Taylor, who has announced his retirement from the company, as president and chief executive officer of ITG Brands from 31...

JAPAN
JT appoints Terabatake president and CEO

JT confirmed Masamichi Terabatake has been appointed to succeed Mitsuomi Koizumi as president and chief executive officer at JT, pending approval of...

UNITED STATES
Acreage surprise in California cannabis rules

Broad limits on farm sizes, indicated by preliminary information from the state, are not part of California's rules to govern cannabis farming, production...

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