Archive - August 2020

MALAWI
Tobacco output drops by 26.7%

The final tobacco production is estimated to decline by 26.7 percent from 155 million kilogrammes to 113.3 million kilogrammes, reports Malawi News.

JAPAN
JT receives approval to amend retail prices

Japan Tobacco Inc. (JT) has announced that it has received approval from the Ministry of Finance for its application dated July 31, 2020 to amend retail prices...

UNITED STATES
FDA to review Juul products

Juul Labs has received confirmation from the FDA that its Premarket Tobacco Product Applications (PMTA) is moving to the substantive review phase, according to...

SOUTH AFRICA
BAT resumes sales

As the South African government lifts the ban on tobacco sales, BAT has started shipping its products to trade partners for in-store sales, according to a...

UKRAINE
Ukraine increases imports of tobacco by 18%

In the first half of 2020, Ukraine imported tobacco and tobacco products worth USD 243 million, an increase of 18 per cent compared to the same period in...

SPAIN
Outdoor smoking banned

As the country’s COVID-19 cases increase, Health Minister Salvador Illa announces a nationwide ban on smoking where social distancing is not possible...

SOUTH AFRICA
Tobacco and alcohol ban lifted

As South Africa’s coronavirus numbers decline, the country moves to alert level 2 lifting the ban on tobacco and alcohol, reports Bloomberg.

SPAIN
Two regions ban public smoking

The region of Galicia and the Canary Islands have banned smoking in public areas to help curb the transmission of COVID-19, reports BBC News.

THE NETHERLANDS
Tobacco prices have increased by 20%

Tobacco prices in the Netherlands have gone up by an average of almost 20 per cent this year, as the government moves towards its goal of a EUR 10 packet of...

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