February 3rd, 2016 00:00

Davidoff Maker Shares Registered High Levels

Imperial Tobacco shares registered high levels after report indicates competitor British American Tobacco (BAT) looking at funding for a bid, even though not guaranteed. Shares in cigarette producer Imperial Tobacco went up to record levels these days on speculation that BAT has been courting bankers about financing for a full take ...

December 9th, 2015 00:00

Philip Morris International’s Cigarette Volumes Decrease in 3Q

Philip Morris International’s (PMI) cigarette shipment volume in the course of the 3Q (July-September), at about 218,911 million dropped by 1.5 % on that of the third quarter of 2014, 222,300 million. Shipments were boosted by around 2.6 % to 79,265 million in the company’s Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa (EEMA) r ...

July 6th, 2015 00:00

Foreign Cigarette Manufacturers in Japan

Imports represent 35 % of local cigarette use with 97 % of the products going from U.S. cigarette manufacturers. The leading international cigarette producers in Japan are Altria Group, holder of the world’s biggest cigarette maker Philip Morris, and British American Tobacco. Cigarette companies are amongst the most prosperous in ...

March 13th, 2015 00:00

South Korea Increases Cigarette Prices

South Korea's parliament has authorized an 80% increase in the price of cigarettes, a step directed at reducing consumption. An increase from 2,500 won ($2.25; £1.43) per package to 4,500 won from 1 January was part of the 2015 budget implemented late on Thursday.South Korea features one of the greatest male smoking rates amon ...

December 15th, 2014 00:00

France Declares World’s Hardest Anti-Tobacco Regulation

France, where a well-known Gauloises cigarette brand once was seen in hands of every actor or intellectual, intends to switch to one of the hardest anti-tobacco regulations worldwide. Garish colors and brand names on cigarette packages will be substituted by graphic health warnings in large type and by visible pictures of the infected ...

August 15th, 2014 00:00

Kent Maker Demonstrates Positive Jump

Lorillard, the third major seller of tobacco products in the U.S., demonstrated positive results within the last two years in New York trading on speculation that Reynolds American will suggest a price for the company. Reynolds has employed the investment bank Lazard to take a look at a deal, the Financial Times revealed these days. ...

August 13th, 2013 00:00

Pall Maker Maker’s Revenue Increased 4%

British American Tobacco (BAT), Europe’s major cigarette manufacturer, stated that the first-half operating revenue increased 4 % as greater prices compensate dropping consumption.Altered revenue from operations rose to £2.94 billion, the London-based company stated in a report these days. That comes close with the &pou ...

July 30th, 2013 00:00

Phillip Morris Reported Lower 2Q Revenue

Philip Morris International's 2Q revenue dropped around 8% as it sold fewer cigarettes, dropping company shares by 2.5% in premarket trading these days. The Marlboro manufacturer also decreased its yearly guidance because of an unfavorable foreign exchange rates.PMI sells Marlboro, Parliament, Virginia Slims and many other cigarette ...

July 16th, 2013 00:00

Tobacco Crop in Great Demand

More than a tone of tobacco seed has been marketed so far as requirement for the product proceeds to boost, the Tobacco Research Board (TRB) has explained.TRB chief manager Dr. Dehlia Garwe mentioned a tobacco grower needs five grammes of seed to plant a hectare of seedbed. She mentioned there had been a massive and unprecedented re ...

July 9th, 2013 00:00

Japan Tobacco Tries to Stop Thailand Actions over Cigarette Warnings

"Camel maker, Japan Tobacco filed a legal action in the Administrative Court on June 19 to stop the plan," company's representative Hisashi Sekiguchi mentioned in an interview on Monday.The given action infringes Thailand's constitutional terms promising freedom of expression, the Tokyo-based company stated. The innovative l ...

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