Archive - November 2020

MALAWI
Cannabis for industrial and medicinal use

Malawi’s new Cannabis Regulatory Authority has said the country is ready to start the commercial production and processing of cannabis for medicinal and...

SOUTH KOREA
Households spent more on tobacco

South Korea's household spending on alcohol and cigarettes reached a new record high in the third quarter as the coronavirus outbreak forced more people...

GERMANY
VapersCom a success

With many trade fairs cancelled or postponed until next year, VapersCom was one of the few to take place and was a huge success, according to a press release...

THE NETHERLANDS
Cigarette sale ban in supermarkets

The sale of cigarettes and all other tobacco products will be banned in Dutch supermarkets from 2024 onwards, reports the London Daily.

AUSTRALIA
PMI in possible breach of advertising law

A series of articles sponsored by the tobacco giant on the website of The Australian newspaper could breach national tobacco advertising laws, reports the...

UNITED KINGDOM
BAT included in DJSI

British American Tobacco (BAT) has been named in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) for the 19th year running, according to a company press release.

News
References

References for "Should they have been surprised?" by Dr John Lauterbach (TJI issue 6/2020)

NORTHERN IRELAND
2 tonnes black market tobacco seized

Border Force has seized more than two tonnes of black market rolling tobacco in Belfast, Belfast Telegraph reported.

NICARAGUA
Tobacco planting season delayed

After Hurricanes Eta and Iota struck Nicaragua, the 2020-2021 tobacco harvest will have to be delayed until optimal conditions are in place, Cigar Journal...

UNITED KINGDOM
Imperial releases full year results

Imperial Brands has announced its full year results for the year ended 30 September 2020 saying, “Tobacco volumes strong but sub-optimal product and market...

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