Archive - April 2020

JAPAN
JT publishes first quarter results

JT has reported first quarter results for 2020, with a 14 per cent increase in adjusted operating profit to JPY 158.2 billion (USD 1.48 billion), which was...

ZIMBABWE
Tobacco marketing season opens

The 2020 tobacco marketing season in Zimbabwe will open April 29, a week after originally planned, reported The Herald.

INDIA
95 per cent of tobacco unsold

Only 5 per cent of India’s tobacco has been auctioned, whilst in previous years around 50 per cent of tobacco had been auctioned by this time, reported The...

UNITED STATES
Government e-cigarette review delayed

E-cigarette companies in the US will now have until September 9 to submit their vaping product applications, reported Medical Xpress.

UNITED KINGDOM
Imperial Brands sells cigar business

Imperial Brands has agreed to sell its worldwide premium cigar businesses (“Premium Cigars”) for EUR 1.225 billion to use the money to reduce debt, the...

FRANCE
Restriction on nicotine substitutes

The French Health Ministry has issued a restriction on nicotine substitutes after a new survey suggested nicotine might offer protection against coronavirus...

FRANCE
Nicotine patches against corona?

Researchers in France are looking into testing nicotine patches on patients with coronavirus after a study found smokers may be at a lower risk of contracting...

SWITZERLAND
Strong first quarter for PMI

Philip Morris International Inc. (PMI) has released its first quarter results for 2020 with reported net revenues of USD 7.15 billion up 6 per cent from Q1...

THE PHILIPPINES
JTI to set up global center in Manila

Japan Tobacco International (JTI) has announced a plan to establish a global business service center (GBS) in Manila to serve its markets in the Asia-Pacific...

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