TPSAC backs Altria’s proposed wording for Copenhagen modified-risk claim.
Philip Morris International last year put in its best annual volume performance since 2012 – a performance that was underpinned by sales of heated tobacco units.
In announcing its results to the end of December, Universal Corporation said it was reducing its operations in Tanzania as demand for the country’s tobacco had waned.
Presumably, the EU Commission, which is apparently reluctant to talk with the vaping industry because nicotine is a poison, is reluctant, too, to talk with the alcohol industry.
If research by the University of Bath is correct, Imperial Brands and British American Tobacco are not paying their way in the UK.
Acquisitions by the Japan Tobacco Group helped boost its cigarette volumes, which last year were up by more than seven percent in respect of its international business.
If the results of a study appear to show that vaping is dangerous; it is always worth suspending judgement until Dr. Michael Siegel has cast his eyes over the methodology.
A court in Spain seems to have been given little choice in a custody battle aimed at protecting young people from tobacco smoke.
The bans and restrictions on tobacco products imposed by a new law in Ethiopia arguably comprise a good initiative. The ban on the sale of electronic cigarettes is a bad one.
If a nicotine patch can help treat memory loss, presumably it cannot be ruled out that vaping with a nicotine e-liquid could also help in this area.