Archive - July 2019

SOUTH AFRICA
PMI launches first African IQOS store

To increase demand in Africa for its alternative heated tobacco product IQOS, the South African unit of cigarette manufacturer Philip Morris International Inc...

UNITED KINGDOM
Imperial Brands makes cannabis investment

Imperial Brands will invest CAD 123 million (USD 93.6 million) in Auxly Cannabis Group Inc., a listed Canadian cannabis company, according to a company press...

UNITED STATES
Facebook to restrict tobacco content

Facebook will unveil a new policy to restrict sales and limit content related to alcohol and tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, CNN reported.

CHINA
China plans e-cig regulation

Smoking giant China plans to regulate e-cigarettes through legislation in a bid to address critical concerns over the product's harmful effects, Xinhuanet...

SWITZERLAND
PMI’s sales from heated tobacco increased

The company reported that its net revenue of USD 7.7 billion decreased 0.3 per cent in comparison to its second quarter results of 2018. PMI said that its...

SOUTH KOREA
BAT Korea names new CEO

British American Tobacco (BAT) Korea has named Kim Eui-soung as its new CEO, replacing Matthieu Juery, The Korea Times reported.

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
IQOS now available in UAE

Marlboro producer Philip Morris International (PMI) has officially launched its IQOS 3 and IQOS 3 Multi heated-tobacco products in the UAE, Esquire Middle East...

JAPAN
JT to change packaging

The law requires tobacco companies to change the description and layout of the compulsory caution statements on all packages of tobacco products in Japan, the...

UNITED STATES
Altria wants to raise age limit to 21

Altria, the parent company of the US maker of Marlboro cigarettes, calls for 21 to be the nationwide standard to smoke and buy tobacco products, Altria said in...

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