Best selling Cigarette brand in each Country

Some Famous cigarette brand:

* Marlboro top in 30 countries
* Mild Seven top in 1 countries
* L&M top in 6 countries
* Winston top in 2 countries
* Cleopatra top in 1 countries
* Derby top in 1 countries
* Wills Gold Flake top in 1 countries
* Belmont top in 4 countries
* Benson & Hedges top in 3 countries

Country name

Top-selling cigarette brand name

Albania L & M
Algeria Rym
Andorra Marlboro
Argentina Marlboro
Australia Winfield
Austria Marlboro
Azerbaijan West
Bahrain Marlboro
Bangladesh BAT Bangladesh
Barbados Embassy
Belarus Neman brands
Belgium Marlboro
Bolivia Casino
Bosnia and Herzegovina Drina
Brazil Derby
Brunei Marlboro
Bulgaria Victory
Burma London KS
Cambodia Ara
Cameroon Diplomat Menthol
Canada Du Maurier
Chile Belmont
China Chunghwa
Colombia Boston
Congo, Democratic Republic of the Tumbaco
Costa Rica Delta
Côte d’Ivoire Excellence
Croatia Ronhill
Cuba Popular
Cyprus Rothmans Royals
Czech Republic Start
Denmark Prince
Dominican Republic Nacional
Ecuador Lider Suave
Egypt Cleopatra
El Salvador Delta
Estonia L & M
Ethiopia Nyala
Fiji Benson & Hedges
Finland L & M
France Marlboro
Georgia Viceroy
Germany Marlboro
Ghana London
Greece Marlboro
Guatemala Rubios
Guyana Bristol
Honduras Belmont
Hong Kong Marlboro
Hungary Soplanae
Iceland Winston
India Wills Gold Flake
Indonesia Marlboro
Iran 57
Ireland Benson & Hedges
Israel Marlboro
Italy Marlboro
Jamaica Craven A
Japan Mild Seven
Jordan Viceroy
Kazakhstan Sovereign
Kenya Sportsman
Korea, South Esse
Kuwait Marlboro
Laos Rdaeng
Latvia Marlboro
Lebanon Marlboro
Lithuania L & M
Luxembourg Marlboro
Macedonia Rodeo
Malaysia Dunhill
Malta Rothmans
Mauritius State Express 555
Mexico Marlboro
Moldova Temp
Montenegro Classic
Morocco Marquise
Nepal Khukuri
Netherlands Marlboro
New Zealand Holiday
Nicaragua Belmont
Nigeria Benson & Hedges
Norway Prince
Oman Marlboro
Pakistan Morven Gold
Panama Marlboro
Paraguay Kentucky
Peru Hamilton
Philippines Marlboro
Poland L & M
Portugal SG
Qatar Marlboro
Romania L & M
Russia Winston
Saudi Arabia Marlboro
Senegal Excellence
Sierra Leone State Express 555
Singapore Marlboro
Slovakia Golden Gate
Slovenia Boss
South Africa Peter Stuyvesant
Spain Marlboro
Sri Lanka Gold Leaf
Sudan Bringi
Sweden Marlboro
Switzerland Marlboro
Syria Al Sherek
Tanzania Sweet Menthol
Thailand Krong Thip
Trinidad and Tobago Du Maurier
Tunisia 20 Mars
Turkey Samsun
Ukraine Prilucky Osoblyvi
United Arab Emirates Marlboro
United Kingdom Lambert & Butler
United States Marlboro
Uruguay Nevada
Venezuela Belmont
Vietnam Vinataba
Yemen Kamaran
Zambia Consulate
Zimbabwe Madison

Best selling Cigarette Facts

1. cigarette-store.biz/online/marlboro has been the best-selling-cigarettes-brands-across-the-tobacco-industry since 1972. Marlboro’s volume outside the United States was 302.0 billion cigarettes in the year 2009. It is larger than its next three competitors combined, and its volume exceeds that of the top four global drive brands of British American Tobacco and the four global focus brands of Japan Tobacco International. In the United States it is the number one cigarette brand in every state and the number one cigarette brand for men and women across all adult age groups. In 2009 Marlboro’s share was larger than the next 12 U.S. cigarette brands combined. It was also larger than the two largest competitors, R.J. Reynolds and Lorillard, combined. In 2009, Marlboro’s share of the cigarette market was 41.8%.

2. Japan Tobacco’s principal activities are the manufacture, sale and import of tobacco. It manufactures brands including cigarette-store.biz/online/camel, Mild Seven, Salem and Winston. The Group is also involved in the manufacture of soft drinks and processed foods. Mild Seven’s global sales declined by 3% in 2009.

3. In 2007, an estimated 70.9 million Americans aged 12 or older were current (past month) users of a tobacco product. This represents 28.6 percent of the population in that age range. In addition, 60.1 million persons (24.2 percent of the population) were current cigarette smokers; 13.3 million (5.4 percent) smoked cigars; 8.1 million (3.2 percent) used smokeless tobacco; and 2.0 million (0.8 percent) smoked tobacco in pipes.

4. Marlboro is the number one cigarette brand in every state and the number one cigarette brand for men and women across all adult age groups. In 2008 Marlboro’s market share was larger than the next 17 competitive cigarette brands combined.

5. Approximately 85 percent of cigarette smokers aged 12 to 25 smoked one of the three most used brands in the United States, whereas smokers aged 26 or older reported more diversity in cigarette brand selection. White and Hispanic smokers were most likely to use Marlboro, while black smokers were most likely to use Newport

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