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World Health Organization wants to eliminate illicit trade in tobacco products, and Fiji would benefit greatly from the ratification. more

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Altria is creating two new divisions, one for core tobacco products like cigarettes another unit for innovative products like vaping devices. more

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Exports of tobacco products in 2017 accounted for 42% of Romania’s total exports of food, beverages, and tobacco, and about 6% of total exports of consumer goods. more

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Oman’s ministry of information announced that advertising for tobacco products on social media and billboards has been banned. more

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Stanford University researchers have discovered another problem for Facebook: the “widespread” promotion of tobacco products on the Facebook platform. more

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Japan Tobacco saw a 7.3% increase in international cigarette sales volume in the first quarter of 2018, having shipped 98 billion units. more

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Two leading Canadian anti-tobacco groups that campaigned against smoking and tobacco products are preparing to close their doors after the money they expected to see in the most recent federal budget failed to materialize. more

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British American Tobacco recently launched its glo tobacco heating product in Italy, making it the seventh market after Japan, South Korea, Russia, Romania, Canada, and Switzerland. more

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The Sri Lankan Cabinet has approved a proposal submitted by Dr. Rajitha Senaratne, minister of health, to introduce plain packaging on tobacco products. more

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The US Food and Drug Administration publishes revised gudelines for listing ingredients in tobacco products. more

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A survey by Hong Kong’s Census and Statistics Department, done between June and September 2017, shows that more citizens have tried electronic smoking devices, including e-cigarettes and heat-not-burn tobacco products, compared to a survey in 2015. more

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Farmer associations and industry figures shared mixed views on issues related to foreign direct investment in the tobacco sector in a meeting called by the commerce and industry ministry. more

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A Wellington court dismissed a case against the New Zealand unit of Philip Morris International, allowing it to sell its HEETs heated tobacco sticks used in iQOS devices. more

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Cambodian authorities raided and shut down a cigarette manufacturing company in Tbong Khmum province after discovering it had not complied with a sub-decree requiring warning labels to be included on tobacco products. more

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The Food and Drug Administration is being sued by seven public health groups and several pediatricians for delaying regulation of e-cigarettes and some tobacco products. more

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The Food and Drug Administration is taking another look at premium cigars, asking for more information which would be used to decide how it should regulate them. Anti-tobacco groups fear this could weaken regulations. more

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Imperial Brands PLC  is to sell its US other tobacco products (OTP) division as it seeks to streamline the business. more

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InterTabac and InterSupply 2017 Break all Previous Records

Westfalenhallen GmbH / Anja Cord

The world’s largest trade fair for tobacco products and smoking accessories takes place in Dortmund on September 21-23. It will be the largest show ever, taking over all but one of the halls at Westfalenhallen. more

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Many interesting things happened for the industry in 2017. more

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From the Associate editor

Marketing 101

There is no industry more regulated than the tobacco industry, and this extends to its marketing. But, do basic marketing concepts differ much between tobacco and any other product?

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