Archive - August 2018

CANADA
Juul Labs announces launch

Juul Labs, maker of the popular and controversial Juul e-cigarette, has said it will begin selling the product across the country in vapour shops, petrol...

DENMARK
Handmade cigar sales up at STG

Cigar maker Scandinavian Tobacco Group (STG) said in its half-year results that handmade cigars and ‘other’ products had driven an overall rise in net...

AFRICA
Cigarette consumption on the rise

A study by the University of Cape Town found that consumption of cigarettes has increased significantly across 22 African countries, with sales having grown by...

UNITED KINGDOM
Most smokers throw butts down the drain

A study for environment charity Keep Britain Tidy has found that 52 per cent of daily smokers in the UK reported that they did not see a problem with...

UNITED STATES
Study: nearly one in 20 US adults use e-cigs

A new study has found that approximately 10.8 million American adults are now using e-cigarettes, and more than half of the users are under the age of 35...

JAPAN
JT receives approval to change prices

The company requested to change the retail price of 143 of its products, which include 122 cigarette products, one cigarillo product, three pipe tobacco...

JORDAN
Government limits machinery imports

The cabinet has decided to limit the importation of machinery used for the production of cigarettes and mu‘assel to established and licensed factories, and...

ZIMBABWE
Cigar wrapper crop tops 24 tonnes

Growers in the Burma Valley have produced 24,500 kg of cigar wrapper tobacco in the 2018 marketing season as the result of a partnership between German tobacco...

UNITED KINGDOM
Survey finds increase in untaxed tobacco sales

A survey of the behaviours of over 12,000 adult smokers in the UK, which was commissioned by the Tobacco Manufacturers’ Association (TMA), has found that...

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