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Cigarette sales in the US sold to wholesalers and retailers increased from 202.9 billion sticks in 2019 to 203.7 billion in 2020 says a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) report. Read more

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The global vaping market size has grown from US$9.2-14.7 billion in 2021, with approximately 40 million vapers around the world (Source: ECigIntelligence). As one of the fastest-growing industry... Read more

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Singapore and Malaysia are both considering adopting a smoking ban for the next generation similar to that of New Zealand’s. Read more

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British American Tobacco (BAT) launched KBio Holdings Limited (KBio), a biotech incorporating BAT’s plant-based technology capabilities and Kentucky BioProcessing Inc (KBP), BAT’s wholly owned US plant biologics subsidiary. Read more

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Thailand’s minister of digital economy and society insisted he is still pushing to legalize e-cigarettes in the country despite initial backlash and pushback he received when he first announced his plans last October. Read more

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E-cigarettes grew increasingly popular in recent years. In terms of public health, they have not only reduced the health risks caused by conventional tobacco products, but also solved the ocean pollution problem caused by cigarette butts. Read more

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Tobacco dust is a potential explosion and health hazard and can damage machinery, which makes a comprehensive extraction system indispensable. Read more

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Tobacco Asia’s Podcast #4 is a talk with Eric Piras, long time Asia cigar expert Read more

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In a recent regulatory filing, South Korea's KT&G Corp. announced the suspension of its business in the United States for an unspecified period, according to a report in the Korea Herald. Read more

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Last week, New Zealand announced that anyone aged 14 and under in 2027 will never be allowed to purchase cigarettes there. Read more

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The Indonesia finance ministry will raise cigarette excise taxes by up to 12%, as reported in The Jakarta Post in breaking news. Read more

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