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11

Sep

Phillip Morris' Marlboro brand will continue to sponsor Ferrari in the F1
In a controversial move, Ferrari has renewed their highly prosperous partnership with tobacco giant Phillip Morris and their Marlboro brand. Marlboro, one of Phillip Morris’ brands, has had a relationship with Ferrari for over 40 years, despit...

07

Aug

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UK tobacco giant British American Tobacco (BAT) has confirmed that it is under investigation following allegations of paid bribes in East Africa from the Serious Fraud Office (SFO). The allegations, which were first made on BBC Panorama in 2015,...

19

Jun

Paintings designed to promote cigarettes have earned more than £20,000 at a Nottingham auction.
Artwork from Players has made over £20,000 at a Nottingham auction, including ‘corporate art’ showing children with cigarettes. The items were kept by Imperial Tobacco in Nottingham and were never used for public display. The most successfu...

15

Jun

Tax hikes are slowing tobacco industry growth
Huge tax hikes are damaging the tobacco industry by limiting how many cigarettes the world’s leading tobacco companies are selling. Leading tobacco companies, such as British American Tobacco, Phillip Morris International and Imperial Brands h...

25

May

Tobacco Giants Losing Plain Packaging Legal Battle
Big Tobacco are losing their fight to stop plain packaging cigarettes, according to Dr Enrico Bonadio, a Senior Lecturer in a law school. The tobacco industry is battling plain packaging cigarettes by basing their arguments around trade and inte...

13

Feb

Welsh children swap tobacco for e-cigs.
Children in Wales are nearly twice as likely to vape than smoke regular tobacco, Cardiff University research has found. A study, published in the BMJ Open, investigated 32,479 11-16 year olds in Wales, and found that 18.5% had used e-cigarettes,...

23

Dec

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The Food and Drug Administration, the health body that regulates cigarettes and tobacco products in the US, has rejected an application by Swedish Match North America Inc. that would allow tobacco distributors to market snus pouches as less harm...

23

Dec

hand-rolling tobacco will rise by 5% above retail price
Cigarette giants British American Tobacco have backed an Austrian fund to increase its ownership of Bosnian firm Fabrika Duhana Sarejevo to 78.8%, meaning it has acquired their tobacco...

01

Oct

Investors are snapping up tobacco shares despite proposed tax increases.
Despite proposed tax hikes and numerous anti-smoking campaigns that have seen cigarette use decline in the US, it appears that investors are snapping up tobacco shares. California’s proposal to triple the tax on a single pack of cigarette...

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11

Sep

Phillip Morris' Marlboro brand will continue to sponsor Ferrari in the F1
In a controversial move, Ferrari has renewed their highly prosperous partnership with tobacco giant Phillip Morris and their Marlboro brand. Marlboro, one of Phillip Morris’ brands, has had a relationship with Ferrari for over 40 years, despit...

07

Aug

serious-fraud-office-investigates-british-american-tobacco
UK tobacco giant British American Tobacco (BAT) has confirmed that it is under investigation following allegations of paid bribes in East Africa from the Serious Fraud Office (SFO). The allegations, which were first made on BBC Panorama in 2015,...

19

Jun

Paintings designed to promote cigarettes have earned more than £20,000 at a Nottingham auction.
Artwork from Players has made over £20,000 at a Nottingham auction, including ‘corporate art’ showing children with cigarettes. The items were kept by Imperial Tobacco in Nottingham and were never used for public display. The most successfu...

15

Jun

Tax hikes are slowing tobacco industry growth
Huge tax hikes are damaging the tobacco industry by limiting how many cigarettes the world’s leading tobacco companies are selling. Leading tobacco companies, such as British American Tobacco, Phillip Morris International and Imperial Brands h...

25

May

Tobacco Giants Losing Plain Packaging Legal Battle
Big Tobacco are losing their fight to stop plain packaging cigarettes, according to Dr Enrico Bonadio, a Senior Lecturer in a law school. The tobacco industry is battling plain packaging cigarettes by basing their arguments around trade and inte...

13

Feb

Welsh children swap tobacco for e-cigs.
Children in Wales are nearly twice as likely to vape than smoke regular tobacco, Cardiff University research has found. A study, published in the BMJ Open, investigated 32,479 11-16 year olds in Wales, and found that 18.5% had used e-cigarettes,...

23

Dec

tn-peter-stokkebye-blac- honey
The Food and Drug Administration, the health body that regulates cigarettes and tobacco products in the US, has rejected an application by Swedish Match North America Inc. that would allow tobacco distributors to market snus pouches as less harm...

23

Dec

hand-rolling tobacco will rise by 5% above retail price
Cigarette giants British American Tobacco have backed an Austrian fund to increase its ownership of Bosnian firm Fabrika Duhana Sarejevo to 78.8%, meaning it has acquired their tobacco...

01

Oct

Investors are snapping up tobacco shares despite proposed tax increases.
Despite proposed tax hikes and numerous anti-smoking campaigns that have seen cigarette use decline in the US, it appears that investors are snapping up tobacco shares. California’s proposal to triple the tax on a single pack of cigarette...
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