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This was the first successful strike by a task force bringing together agencies including the Australian Tax Office and Australian Border Force. more

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Zimbabwe’s tobacco sales reached a record high signaling that controversial land reforms could be working and raising hopes that it could help ease the country’s severe dollar shortage. more

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Rain in eastern North Carolina has hit the state’s tobacco farmers particularly hard. more

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Over the past three years, land under tobacco cultivation in India has been shifted to other crops under the government’s crop diversification program. more

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They say the purchase would have no impact as their tobacco has already lost value after JTI Malawi stopped buying tobacco in July. more

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Strong rains in northwest Azerbaijan have not caused any serious damage to tobacco plantations. more

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Farmers have sold 167.14 million kg of tobacco by Day 49 of the selling season, 20% shy of a current season target of 200 million kg. more

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An increase in farmers who have embraced cash crop farming over the years may be the reason. more

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Tobacco producers are striving to make up for the damage caused by heavy rains and floods as a consequence of tropical storm Alberto. more

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The National Tobacco Administration says the Philippines’ tobacco output could decrease because of the declining number of tobacco areas and farmers nationwide. more

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The National Tobacco Administration now seeks to set aside the bulk of the country’s tobacco production for exports, after a smoking ban and imposed tax hike drove down domestic demand. more

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The team at biotech company CollPlant has been able to engineer tobacco plants to produce collagen for a variety of uses. more

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US tobacco farmers might be getting hit hard as trade threats bounce between the US and partners all around the world. more

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Researchers at La Trobe University have found a peptide in the flower of a tobacco plant that could be the first of a brand new kind of antibiotic. more

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The managing director of the state-run Thailand Tobacco Monopoly says the agency is required to buy domestic tobacco at “unusually high prices.” more

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The Foundation for Smoke Free World has advised farmers that there is a need to shift from tobacco to other crops that could be the country’s main earner as pressure from anti-smoking lobbyists grows. more

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Turkey was the biggest exporter of tobacco to Iran during the 11 months to February 19, worth more than US$42.35 million. more

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Tobacco cultivation provides employment opportunities to 75,000 farmers’ families in rural areas and over one million direct and indirect employment to the rest of the population in Pakistan. more

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Star Tobacco International has rebranded its corporate trade name more

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