Archive - October 2018

WHO says air pollution the ‘new tobacco'

The World Health Organisaiton (WHO) chief has labelled air pollution ‘the new tobacco’, according to a story by The Guardian, which stated bad air quality...

Top cigarette maker’s profit surges in Q2

ITC's profit was INR 29.55 billion (EUR 354.43 million) in the second quarter, compared with INR 26.40 billion profit a year ago, according to the report...

Packs to bear graphic warnings

Tobacco product packaging will feature pictorial health warnings from 1 November, 2018, Ghana News Agency said.

2019 crop to shrink, prices to rise

The Leaf Tobacco Deliberative Council has agreed that 6,886 hectares of tobacco will be cultivated in 2019 and that the price paid to farmers for their leaf...

Altria third-quarter revenues up

Altria's revenues net of excise taxes for the third quarter were up 3.3 per cent, despite a 3.2 per cent drop in Marlboro shipments, the Philip Morris USA...

Altria to pull e-cigs that appeal to youth

Altria Group has announced that it will remove its pod-based vaping devices from the market and the sale of several e-cigarette flavours in an effort to...

PMI launches new IQOS versions

Philip Morris International (PMI) has launched IQOS 3 and IQOS 3 Multi, two new versions of the company’s original IQOS tobacco heated product in Tokyo...

Vaping business to open new stores

Vaporized, a vaping company headquartered in Edinburgh, has announced its plans to open 200 new vaping stores across the UK in the next three years, Daily Mail...

BAT expects strong 2018 NGP results

British American Tobacco (BAT) expects good results for 2018, driven mainly by its key cigarette brands and sales growth in its Next Generation Product (NGP)...

JT reports Sept shipment increase

Embattled cigarette maker Japan Tobacco (JT) reported its domestic cigarette sales for September increased by 24.7 per cent in comparison to September 2017...

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