Monthly Archives: July 2012

Design of plain packages

Van Onselen gets into the foam about growth forecast value of the total taxed tobacco for the first six months of the introduction of plain packaging, in December 2012 (“course”), it is difficult to count the ways that he can not understand why his conclusions so prone to error .

Haverstraw’s tobacco law faces with costly federal suit

To avoid the risk of incurring hefty legal services to fight the suit manufacturers of tobacco products, the village is considering the withdrawal of local laws that restrict tobacco displays in shops.

BAT buys tobacco from the ULPI

British American Tobacco (BAT) said that he always bought the tobacco from the Philippines, even when he left the country in 2009.

California’s tobacco tax

A few weeks after conceding defeat in the June 5 major supporters of the initiative of raising taxes on tobacco to fund cancer research have asked for a recount of votes in some areas of Los Angeles.

Tobacco factories were supplied with 3 millions of tobacco

British American Tobacco is able to perform miracles and magic, or, more likely, it has something up its sleeve.

The proposed roil cigar industry

 Moreno said that the tobacco industry gets an unfair taxation and regulation. He is particularly concerned about what will happen to his business as the Food and Drug Administration believes additional rules on the cigar industry.

Philip Morris: Additional revenues up to 9.6% at 7 months, plus dividends

Philip Morris International (PM) is trading near 52-week high. If you look at the two years following table you can see it usually experiences some kind of a setback after trade to new highs.

What the impact of tobacco control will mean for Indonesia

For several days now, thousands of tobacco farmers had protests in Jakarta on the government’s plan to issue regulations later this month on measures to combat tobacco use.

Tobacco ban on public property

A new tobacco ban came into force in the division on Sunday. The policy of any bar for smoking or using any other tobacco products anywhere on campus, including sporting events.
Last year, Kimberly Swiglo could not enter into the building of the University of Oklahoma, do not walk through the cigarette smoke.