Archive - January 2020

UNITED STATES
Altria slashes value of Juul stake

Altria Group Inc took another USD 4 billion charge on its investment in Juul Labs Inc and said it had revised its deal terms with the embattled e-cigarette...

SOUTH KOREA
PMI announces deal with KT&G

Switzerland-based tobacco company PMI is partnering with the South Korean tobacco company to offer adult smokers around the world a broader choice of...

LUXEMBOURG
Cost of smoking to rise

From the 1 February, the cost of tobacco in Luxembourg will rise, reported sol.de and RTL Today.

UGANDA
Farmers stuck with over 200 metric tons

More than 1,000 farmers in Uganda are left with at least 200 metric tons of tobacco worth UGX 1.4 billion (USD 378,000), The Independent reported.

UNITED KINGDOM
Vype ePod wins award

BAT’s Vype ePod has won the UK Product of the Year award in the e-cigarette category after winning the same award last year for its ePen 3, according to the...

UNITED STATES
Public Health slams vaping

The February 2020 issue of the American Journal of Public Health contains a scathing indictment of vaping in a PERSPECTIVES (editorial) entitled, “Invalidity...

UNITED KINGDOM
UK health experts blast WHO

Warnings by the World Health Organization have been refuted by public health experts in the United Kingdom who accused the WHO of spreading “blatant...

WORLD
PMI, BAT & JT lead climate change

Philip Morris International (PMI), British American Tobacco (BAT) and Japan Tobacco (JT) have been recognized for their climate leadership on CDP’s ‘A...

NEW ZEALAND
Imperial Tobacco to close factory

Imperial Tobacco has announced it plans to close its factory in Petone, New Zealand, putting 122 jobs at risk, reported the New Zealand Herald.

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