There will be logistical and financial consequences following the decision by Palmer & Harvey, the UK’s biggest tobacco wholesaler, to call in the administrators.
The second round of Philip Morris International’s global initiative to support the fight against the illegal trade and related crimes has attracted a wide range of interest.
Researchers often try to discover whether smoking is pleasurable or not by asking questions of smokers, but the only way truly to get to the bottom of this would be for them to try it.
The EU Commissioner for Health has raised an interesting question. Can you prevent consumers receiving misleading information about vapor products by banning advertising?
A minister in Indonesia seems to have a ‘puzzling’ attitude to traditional cigarettes; the consumption of which he appears to champion over the use of vapor products.
British American Tobacco’s regional director for its Americas region is due to head Reynolds American from next year following the resignation of Debra Crew.
The tobacco sector has joined a list of industries considered by BNP Paribas to be ‘sensitive’; a list that includes defense, nuclear energy and palm oil.