In Tobacco Reporter’s June 2015 issue, we relate the remarkable emergence of Tanzania on the world stage as a significant supplier of flue-cured tobacco. Stefanie Rossel asks whether the tobacco industry can continue its extraordinary financial performance and George Gay reviews the latest the developments in China. We also highlight the accommodations in Bologna, host city of the upcoming Global Tobacco & Nicotine Forum.
FRONT AND CENTER
Accomodations for the 2015 GTNF are but a stroll away from its famous Bologna venue.
STILL THE GOLDEN LEAF?
Amidst increasingly adverse conditions, tobacco has managed to remain a remarkably lucrative business. Can it stay that way?
TALK TO THE HAND
Tobacco industry rationalization and anti-smoking initiatives with Chinese characteristics
The continuing fall in demand for flue-cured tobacco took center stage at the World Tobacco North America 2015 trade show and leaf conference.
A REMARKABLE JOURNEY
Tanzania’s transformation into a prominent leaf tobacco supplier has been a process rather than an event—and it continues today.
Even as traditional combustible tobacco products continue to account for the vast majority of its earnings, PMI is investing heavily in next-generation products.
Traditional kretek cigarettes continue to dominate the Indonesian tobacco market, but fewer are assembled in the traditional, artisan way as mechanized production takes over.
Faced with a rapidly changing operating environment, management boards may enhance their effectiveness with specifically designed board-audit and development programs.
FILLING A VACUUM
Boasting decades of experience in the food business, Storage Control Systems is now offering its controlled-atmosphere technology to customers in the tobacco industry.
TMA commemorates its 100th anniversary
Who’s who in the cigarette-packaging business
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