Archive - November 2018

JAPAN
JT finalises acquisition in Bangladesh

Japan Tobacco (JT) has announced that it has finished the acquisition of the tobacco business of the Akij Group, which is based in Bangladesh, according to a...

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Rule issues stricter laws on tracking cigs

Shaikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, UAE Minister of Finance and Chairman of the Federal Tax Authority (FTA), has announced that all...

UNITED STATES
Cannabis to be legalised in Michigan

Recreational marijuana will become legal in the Great Lakes’ state on 6 December, according to a report by CTV Windsor.

EUROPE
EU-wide snus ban to remain

The European Court of Justice has announced that the sale of snus, the moist snuff tobacco product made by Swedish Match, will continue to be banned in all EU...

JAPAN
Acquisitions boost JTI results

Japan Tobacco International (JTI) reported third quarter gains in shipment volume, revenue and operating profit, driven by acquisitions in Ethiopia, Greece...

UNITED STATES
FDA proposes sweeping flavours ban

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced its proposal to ban the sale of menthol cigarettes and flavoured cigars, and to put new restrictions on...

AZERBAIJAN
Tobacco imports down

Efforts to import fewer cigarettes and increase domestic production have resulted in an almost 9 per cent drop in tobacco imports for the January-October...

UNITED STATES
Grier joins Pyxus board of directors

DuPont Vice President Donna Grier has been appointed to the Board of Directors of Pyxus International, the agricultural company said in a press release.

UNITED STATES
Juul pulls flavoured products

Juul Labs said it would discontinue the sale of most flavours, but that products with mint, tobacco and menthol flavours would remain on sale at retail...

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