Archive - December 2017

JAPAN
JT buys majority of Ethiopia’s NTE

Japan Tobacco Inc. (JT) is now the majority shareholder of the National Tobacco Enterprise Share Company (NTE) in Ethiopia, JT stated in a company press...

UNITED KINGDOM
BAT buys Twisp

British American Tobacco (BAT) will be purchasing Twisp, a South African based vaping company, TimesLive reported.

News
TJI news break

TJI will not be reporting between the 25 December and 1 January. We will be back to report for you on 2 January.

RWANDA
Shisha Ban in Rwanda

A total ban has been placed on waterpipe tobacco in Rwanda as of 15 December 2017, Africanews reported.

UNITED STATES
Camel Snus under review

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) accepts Reynolds American Inc. (RAI) modified risk tobacco product (MRTP) applications for six styles of Camel...

JAPAN
JT's cigarette sales dwindle

Japan Tobacco Inc. (JT) has reported a 12.1 per cent decrease in domestic cigarette sales volume, in comparison to the same period in the previous year...

PHILIPPINES
Tax bill to set incremental hikes

The first package of the tax reform bill, which sets perpetual, incremental tax increases for tobacco products, has been ratified by the Senate and House of...

UNITED KINGDOM
Panel says HNB ‘likely’ reduces risk

An advisory panel to the government found that users of heat-not-burn (HNB) tobacco products are exposed to fewer harmful compounds than cigarette smokers, and...

UNITED KINGDOM
BAT expects good results

British American Tobacco (BAT) is performing well and second half trading is in line with its expectations, the company said in a statement ahead of its full...

MEXICO
Smoking prevalence up

A national survey has shown smoking prevalence increased between 2011 and 2016 despite tobacco control laws and initiatives to discourage smoking, Mexico Daily...

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