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Imperial’s tobacco volume down in first half

Imperial’s tobacco volume down in first half

| May 6, 2015

Imperial Tobacco’s total tobacco volume during the six months to the end of March, at 138.2 billion stick equivalents, was down by one percent on that of the six months to the end of March 2014. On an ‘underlying basis, volume was down by 5 percent. Stick equivalent volume is said to include cigarette, fine-cut […]

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Manufacturers unable to comply with pack rules

Manufacturers unable to comply with pack rules

| May 6, 2015

BAT Kenya’s managing director Chris Burrell said yesterday that no company would be able to comply with new tobacco packaging regulations scheduled to take effect on June 1, according to a Kenya Broadcasting Corporation story relayed by the TMA. The new regulations were said to ban cigarette manufacturers, importers and distributors ‘from selling products with […]

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Study casts doubt on claims about plain packs

Study casts doubt on claims about plain packs

| May 6, 2015

A study published by Tobacco Control provides evidence that the introduction of standardized tobacco packaging in Australia has not increased significantly the consumption of illicit tobacco products. The study, which was carried out by researchers at the Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer (CBRC), Cancer Council Victoria, seems to paint a different picture to that […]

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PMI to webcast conference presentation

PMI to webcast conference presentation

| May 6, 2015

Philip Morris International is due to host a live audio webcast – at ww.pmi.com/webcasts – of the company’s remarks and question-and-answer session by CEO André Calantzopoulos and CFO Jacek Olczak at the Goldman Sachs Global Staples Forum starting about 09.30 Eastern Time on May 12. The webcast, which will be in listen-only mode, will provide […]

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Excise and plain packs blamed for illegal trade rise

Excise and plain packs blamed for illegal trade rise

| May 5, 2015

A record level of illicit tobacco consumption last year has caused the Australian government to suffer an estimated tax ‘loss’ of $1.35 billion, according to a story by Roman Kennedy for The Australian, citing a report by KPMG. The report, prepared for Philip Morris, British American Tobacco Australia and Imperial Tobacco Australia, indicated that illicit […]

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India urged to implement giant-warnings regulations

India urged to implement giant-warnings regulations

| May 5, 2015

The World Health Organization has urged India’s Ministry of Health to go ahead with an earlier decision to require that health warnings cover 85 percent of the surface area of tobacco product packaging, according to a story by Aditi Tandon for the Chandigarh Tribune. The WHO representative in India, Nata Menabde, said on Friday that […]

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