Archive - March 2019

BAHRAIN
McLaren debut e-cig branding in Bahrain

McLaren will use the branding of British American Tobacco's (BAT) e-cigarette product Vype for the first time at the Formula 1 Bahrain Grand Prix, Race...

UNITED STATES
Disney to ban smoking at its theme parks

Visitors to Florida’s Disney World and California’s Disneyland will no longer be permitted to smoke inside the theme parks from 1 May 2019, ABC News...

ZIMBABWE
Cyclone Idai affects tobacco crop

The output for this year's tobacco marketing season in Zimbabwe is expected to decline as the crop and the barns were damaged by Cyclone Idai, The...

JAPAN
Firm to enforce smoke-free policies

The company said that non-smoking periods will gradually be increased until the total smoking ban in the company takes effect, according to the report. The...

CANADA
Creditor protection granted

Rothmans, Benson & Hedges Inc. (RBH), Philip Morris International’s Canadian subsidiary, has obtained an initial order from the Ontario Superior Court of...

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
BAT & PMI plan to entry e-cig market

British American Tobacco and Philip Morris International plan to launch vaping products in the United Arab Emirates after the government lifts the ban on the...

MALAWI
Floods have not affected tobacco production

Tobacco Control Commission (TCC) has noted that despite the heavy rainfall caused by Cyclone Idai, the tobacco production projection remains intact, The Maravi...

JAPAN
JT’s revenue was up

Japan Tobacco Inc.’s (JT) domestic cigarette revenue at JPY 74.8 billion (EUR 590. 83 million) was up 1.7 per cent during January-February 2019 in comparison...

UNITED STATES
San Francisco proposes ban on e-cigs

San Francisco has proposed a new law which would ban the sale of e-cigarettes until their health effects are accessed by the US government, BBC reported.

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