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  • Mor papople in Australia now support plain packaging

    There has been a fierce debate about standardized packaging of cigarettes will really work, now study has shown cigarette smokers in Australia now support plain packaging than we used thought.

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  • <b>Nirmala Sitaraman Suffered Protest At Tobacco Growers' Meet</b>

    Indian Union Minister for Commerce and Industry Nirmala Sitaraman attended a programme about the Tobacco Board’s move for regularisation of tobacco crop which triggered protest from the growers in the northern light soil (NLS).

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  • <b>PMFTC "expose" Mighty by paid ads</b>

    Philip Morris International Fortune Tobacco Corp. (PMFTC) who has a fierce competition with another tobacco company named Mighty, took its allegations of fraudulent acts against rival Mighty Corp. to major broadsheets through full-color paid

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  • <b>PMI and JTI acquired Russian distribution firm</b>

    Megapolis Distribution is a a major distributor in Russia. Considering the developing strategy, Philip Morris International and Japan Tobacco International are acquiring equity stakes of 20 percent each in Megapolis Distribution.

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  • <b>Lorillard Announced Quarterly Dividend</b>

    As the third largest tobacco company in the United States Lorillard, Inc.recently announced the declaration of a quarterly dividend on its common stock in the amount of $0.615 per share

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  • Marlboro HeatSticks Come Into Milan Market

    The world's largest tobacco company Philip Morris International Inc plans to launch its new iQOS smokeless device and Marlboro HeatSticks in Milan

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  • <b>Reynolds launching no-burning cigarette</b>

    Reynolds American is launching a cigarette that heats tobacco rather than burning it, hoping to capitalize on the growing appetite for alternatives to traditional smoke

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  • New Brunswick's Liberals expect to pass bill banning e-cigar

    The New Brunswick's Liberals plan to pass a bill this session that would ban selling e-cigarettes to minors and using e-cigarettes in indoor public places.

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  • Indian Tobacco Growers Look For Dialogue With Government

    Prakasam district of India accounts for than 50 per cent of tobacco production in the State, now the armers there are demanding a sustainable economic alternative while implementing the decisions taken at the sixth session of the Conference

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  • BAT Is Fined In U.K. for Oversupplying

    British American Tobacco (LON:BAT), the worlds second-largest tobacco company, has been fined by Britains HM Revenue Customs (HMRC) for oversupplying the low-tax Belgium market with cigarettes, which can be smuggled back into the UK. The 65

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