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Nowadays, various types of innovative cigarettes have kept coming on to the market. Under the strong lead of the Chunghwa brand, medium-sized cigarettes have gradually come into public view, trendsetting the industry’s next tide. more

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More than 50,000 visitors, 1,500 brand owners, and 350 domestic and foreign media from 45 countries participated in the expo. more

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The rapid development of fine cigarettes in China in recent years has brought higher requirements to domestic cigarette manufacturers in device segmentation. more

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Schweitzer-Mauduit International’s subsidiary established in Hong Kong and four subsidiaries of China National Tobacco Corporation jointly invested to set up China Tobacco Schweitzer (Yunnan) Reconstituted Tobacco Co., Ltd. more

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More than 170 representatives from the tobacco industry all over China gather to summarize the work of cigarette network construction and to exchange and share experiences. more

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Niche cigarette products have turned out to be powerful weapons for China’s tobacco industry in their efforts to revive cigarette sales and reverse an unprecedented sales slump last year. more

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China Tobacco Guangdong Industrial Co. representatives say the company sees value in developing new types of tobacco products. Now they take a look at so-called heat-not-burn products using a new type of heating device. more

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China’s tobacco industry looks forward to enjoying favorable conditions in its drive to “go global,” due to the implementation of the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, the so-called “Belt and Road” initiative. more

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China’s tobacco industry has managed to increase earnings from leaf production to encourage farmers to continue growing tobacco while taking steps to reduce the output over the past three years, in response to government efforts to cut inventories. more

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Chinese electronic cigarette manufacturers now face both opportunities and challenges in production and sales at international markets due to the adoption of stringent new rules by the US Food and Drug Administration. more

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China’s tobacco industry needs to be persistent to innovate and develop new products to recover lost sales over the past year stemming from sluggish economic performance nationwide. more

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Cigarette brands in China have entered a no-advertising era as a result of the interim measures for management over advertising on the internet. more

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Cigarette marketing methods in China are undergoing a “reverse transformation” to a pattern of "promotion from the consumption, retail, and commercial sectors to the manufacturing sector." more

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Electronic cigarettes manufacturing in China is set for growth through development of both the domestic market and self-owned competitive brands as leading tobacco giants are rushing to design new types of tobacco products and electronic cigarettes. more

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The tobacco industry in China’s Yunnan Province is in a process of technological transformation intended to implement new best practices of smart manufacturing within the context of in-depth integration of IT technologies and industrial productivity. more

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Chinese news media played up public concerns about hazards of cigarette smoking in reporting results of a recent research report. more

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Amid a slowdown in the development of Chinese economy, the tobacco industry is stepping up structural reform in line with central government planning. more

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From the Associate editor

The Allure of the Forbidden Fruit

Is enforcing a legal sales age an effective measure to prevent young people from smoking, or is it just going to make that forbidden fruit that much sweeter and alluring?

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