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23

Feb

Tobacco manufacturers battling cigarette packaging restrictions
Tobacco advertising will be a thing of the past from May 20 when the European Union’s Tobacco Products Directive takes affect. Famous figures and tobacco advertising campaigns such as Marlboro man will become extinct, with all cigarettes ...

25

Jan

British American Tobacco eyeing Reynolds deal.
Despite US smoking statistics being at an all-time low, but that doesn’t seem to be curbing investor’s interest in purchasing from a resurgent US tobacco market. British American Tobacco, a multinational British tobacco company and...

23

Dec

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...

28

Oct

British American Tobacco have brushed off Brexit fears and launched a huge bid for an American tobacco company.
British American Tobacco, the giants who own Lucky Strike, Pall Mall and Rothmans have launched an audacious $47bn bid to buy its US partner Reynolds American. Reynolds American is the second biggest American tobacco company behind the worldâ...

28

Oct

MPs have been left with plenty to mull over regarding illicit tobacco as the 2016 Smokers’ Anti Illicit Trade Survey revealed that 3.4 million smokers buy tax-free tobacco products. “Because of the tax on tobacco, people see it as a...

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...

09

Aug

UK cigarettes are second only to Norway as the most expensive cigarettes in Europe.
With the exception of Norway, Brits pay more than anyone for a 20-pack at £9.35 – four times higher than the cheapest countries. The astronomical cost of 20 cigarettes compared with other European countries is the heavy tax levy on tob...

19

Jul

close up of man smoking
A petition has been launched to ban smoking in parks and children playgrounds in a bid to protect children from second hand smoking. Despite evidence of the dangers of second-hand smoking and bans placed on enclosed public spaces, it is legal to...

04

Jul

A woman smoking in the car
Figures suggest that police are choosing to not enforce the new law which prevents people from smoking in cars with children present. In October 2015 new legislation was announced making it illegal to smoke in cars where children under the age o...

Blog

23

Feb

Tobacco manufacturers battling cigarette packaging restrictions
Tobacco advertising will be a thing of the past from May 20 when the European Union’s Tobacco Products Directive takes affect. Famous figures and tobacco advertising campaigns such as Marlboro man will become extinct, with all cigarettes ...

25

Jan

British American Tobacco eyeing Reynolds deal.
Despite US smoking statistics being at an all-time low, but that doesn’t seem to be curbing investor’s interest in purchasing from a resurgent US tobacco market. British American Tobacco, a multinational British tobacco company and...

23

Dec

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...

28

Oct

British American Tobacco have brushed off Brexit fears and launched a huge bid for an American tobacco company.
British American Tobacco, the giants who own Lucky Strike, Pall Mall and Rothmans have launched an audacious $47bn bid to buy its US partner Reynolds American. Reynolds American is the second biggest American tobacco company behind the worldâ...

28

Oct

MPs have been left with plenty to mull over regarding illicit tobacco as the 2016 Smokers’ Anti Illicit Trade Survey revealed that 3.4 million smokers buy tax-free tobacco products. “Because of the tax on tobacco, people see it as a...

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...

09

Aug

UK cigarettes are second only to Norway as the most expensive cigarettes in Europe.
With the exception of Norway, Brits pay more than anyone for a 20-pack at £9.35 – four times higher than the cheapest countries. The astronomical cost of 20 cigarettes compared with other European countries is the heavy tax levy on tob...

19

Jul

close up of man smoking
A petition has been launched to ban smoking in parks and children playgrounds in a bid to protect children from second hand smoking. Despite evidence of the dangers of second-hand smoking and bans placed on enclosed public spaces, it is legal to...

04

Jul

A woman smoking in the car
Figures suggest that police are choosing to not enforce the new law which prevents people from smoking in cars with children present. In October 2015 new legislation was announced making it illegal to smoke in cars where children under the age o...

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