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Flavor Companies Unfazed by US Ban

Flavor Companies Unfazed by US Ban

The US may have issued a ban on almost all e-liquid flavors, but the move so far seems to have had surprisingly little effect on e-flavor suppliers.

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With the decline of the overall growth rate of the domestic economy and the increasingly severe tobacco control, the growth rate of the production and marketing scale of China’s tobacco industry has slowed down, and marketing channels are limited. Read more

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As is customary, the year begins with tobacco price negotiations in South American countries: Argentina, Brazil, and Colombia. Tobacco growers’ associations started their meeting with tobacco companies and leaf dealers. Read more

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The Covid-19 outbreak at the end of 2019 caused great damage to life and property. Since the outbreak of the epidemic, all units of China Tobacco regard its prevention and control as the most important work at present. Read more

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The US Food and Drug Administration has proposed that cigarette packs carry graphic new health warnings including pictures and text outlining lesser-known risks of smoking like bladder cancer and diabetes as well as lung cancer. Read more

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Travel Retail: Important but Difficult

Taiwan Tobacco & Liquor Corporation

Though profits may have become smaller, travel retail still is an important sales channel for many cigarette companies – and one that helps curate a brand image, too. Read more

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China’s Vaping Industry Slowly Recovering from Coronavirus

RELX Technology

Together with other recent developments, the Covid-19 outbreak put China’s vaping industry under intense pressure, forcing factory shutdowns and event cancelations. But the situation appears to be gradually returning to normal. Read more

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Tomas Jaukovic: “Creating Something Better” for Japan’s Smokers

Imperial Brands Japan

Tobacco Asia talks to the newly-appointed general manager of Imperial Brands Japan about his business vision for the country’s NGP landscape. Read more

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Mudanjiang Hengfeng: No Paper Tiger

Mudanjiang Hengfeng Paper Co. Ltd.

The world’s largest paper manufacturer for the tobacco industry fills Tobacco Asia in on current global trends. Read more

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