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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...

BAT publishes half-year results

British American Tobacco (BAT) announced that revenue was up 3.7 per cent and New Categories revenue grew by 45 per cent.

In its half-year report to 30...

New health warnings from 1 Dec

Tobacco and cigarette packs in India will display new health warnings from 1 December, reports mint.

Under the recently amended Cigarettes and other Tobacco...

PMI exit from Russia at end of year

Philip Morris International’s CEO Jacek Olczak has said that the tobacco company’s exit from the Russian market will probably not happen until the end of...

Vaporesso gets tobacco production licence

Vaporesso, a Shenzhen subsidiary of Smoore, has obtained a special tobacco production licence from Chinese authorities, reports South China Morning...

PMI releases results for Q2

Philip Morris International Inc. (PMI) has released its second quarter results for 2021 with net revenues up 3.1 per cent and heated tobacco unit shipment...

BAT launches glo™ hyper X2

On 21 July, BAT unveiled glo™ hyper X2 in Tokyo, Japan, the latest innovation from glo™, BAT’s fast-growing global heated tobacco brand.

Juul revenue drops 23 per cent

Amid the FDA’s suspended ban on its e-cigarettes, Juul Labs Inc. has seen its revenue for the first quarter of the year drop by 23 per cent compared to the...

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