Archive - July 2022

JT Group publishes Q2 results

Japan Tobacco Inc. (JT) has released its second quarter results for 2022, with a 14.8 per cent increase in revenue to JPY 685.3 billion (USD 92.7 billion)...

Altria’s Juul stake goes up in smoke

Altria Group, Inc. announced its 2022 second-quarter and first-half business results, slashing the value of its Juul investment by USD 1.2 billion to USD 450...

Plans to tackle smoking

The Welsh Government has set out its plan for making Wales a smoke-free nation in the next eight years, reports itv.
The stated goal is for less than 5 per...

Tobacco sales reach USD 582 million

Tobacco farmers in Zimbabwe have made USD 582 million from tobacco sales in the current season, which is more than in 2021, reports The Sunday Mail.


FDA tobacco official takes job at PMI

Matthew Holman, director of the Office of Science at the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Center for Tobacco Products (CTP), has taken a job at Philip...

New Croatian logistics centre for BAT

Hrvatski Duhani, which operates within British American Tobacco (BAT), has opened a new logistics and distribution centre that will store tobacco from 26...

Standardised cigarette packaging

Following a government order, cigarettes will be sold in unbranded packaging with bigger graphic warnings from 1 August, reports the BBC.

The Government of...

Sale of confiscated tobacco considered

Montenegro’s finance ministry will be proposing a law that would see the country able to take over and sell confiscated tobacco products, reports...

“The Generational Endgame is starting.”

Malaysia is considering a ban on smoking and the sale of all tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, for people born after 2007, reports Time.

Further step towards smoke-free

New Zealand is set to become the first country to move forward with tobacco laws that will create smoke-free generations, reports The Guardian.

The New...

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