Archive - September 2018

UNITED KINGDOM
Imperial to release new e-cig

Imperial Brands has stated that it plans to launch Nixx, a new e-cigarette, in early 2019, Reuters reported.

WORLD
Pledge targets tobacco financing

Finance leaders have launched The Tobacco-Free Finance Pledge which encourages signatories, including global finance institutions that represent USD trillions...

UNITED KINGDOM
BAT announces CEO successor

The Board of British American Tobacco (BAT) has announced that the current CEO of BAT’s international business, Jack Bowles, will take over CEO Nicandro...

PAKISTAN
Government cracks down on tax evasion

The government intends to collect an additional PKR 40 billion (EUR 276.5 million) in annual tax revenue from the tobacco industry by raising excise duties and...

UNITED KINGDOM
BAT CEO set to retire

British American Tobacco (BAT) has announced Nicandro Durante, CEO of the company for the last eight years, has notified the Board that he is planning on...

FINLAND
Snus smuggling ring busted

The Finnish customs authority has announced that eight individuals are accused of having smuggled over 12 tonnes of snus, a moist oral tobacco snuff, from...

UNITED STATES
Yale flavours grant continued

The Yale Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science (TCORS) will continue to investigate how flavours and sweeteners influence the appeal of tobacco products after a...

UNITED KINGDOM
PMI-funded foundation to set up watchdog index

The Foundation for a Smoke-Free World (FSFW), which receives funding from Philip Morris International (PMI), has called for proposals for a Smoke-Free Index...

AUSTRALIA
Illicit shipment intercepted

Two Chinese nationals have been arrested for attempting to collect an illegal shipment of 1.3 million cigarettes in Adelaide, South Australia, the Department...

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