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New Dunhill Cigarette Contains Capsule

  The Korean subdivision of British American Tobacco introduced first superslim version of  Dunhill cigarettes which contains natural extracts. Specialists on  Dunhill blendings created new cigarette called Dunhill Fine Cut Switch 1MG. For this new variety they used fine tobacco leaves of highest quality grown in Maryland.  This gives to Dunhill a new original premium flavour which makes a mild … Continue reading Continue reading

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BAT NZ Reported High Profits

British American Tobacco in New Zealand (BAT NZ) is the largest tobacco company, which produces Dunhill cigarettes. Recently it reported its biggest annual profit since 1999, after revenues increased by 15% as it cut costs while increased excise tax hiked prices. According to the report, the tobacco company boosted profit to $132 million in 2013 from $115 million in 2012. … Continue reading

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British American Tobacco Looks At Possible Deals With Lorillard

At the beginning of the week it was reported that British American Tobacco, Britain’s largest tobacco maker of Lucky Strike cigarettes, asked Deutsche Bank to collaborate with UBS on possible financial deals in the USA. British American Tobacco engaged the banker to advise the company on possible purchases and deals. They are interested in Reynolds  and Lorillard. Experts say that … Continue reading

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Top Five Leading Tobacco Companies in the World

1. Altria/Philip Morris USA – $23.8 billion revenue Besed in the USA, Altria Group Inc. was known at the beginning as Philip Morris Companies Inc.  Altria is the parent company of Philip Morris USA,  Philip Morris Capital Corporation, US Smokeless Tobacco Company, John Middleton Inc. and Chateau Ste. Michelle Wine Estates. Altria earned revenues of $23.8 billion, with a net … Continue reading

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British American Tobacco Launches Dunhill Limited Edition

British American Tobacco, the largest tobacco company in the world, in order to give their new products a distinctive trademark turned to ideas used in wine industry. The company released limited edition of its Dunhill cigarettes belonging to premium brands. The new modern premium package for these cigarettes contains the information about lineage of the leaf used and the year … Continue reading

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British American Tobacco Better Poised for Long-Term Growth

Philip Morris, the maker of Marlboro cigarettes, has shown a persistent dividend income over a period of time compared to Imperial Tobacco that has been persistently cutting its dividends to hold cash to increase its descendent trending operations. The tobacco company has shown a great increase in its income due to growth in snus and fine-cut tobacco and besides this … Continue reading

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Tobacco Companies Rely on Asian Markets

British American Tobacco has low sales dependence on Europe which makes it less vulnerable to volume reduction. Europe represents just 1/10 of the total sales. Major company’s sales come from emerging markets.  Despite lower demand cycles, the British American Tobacco managed to raise its revenue by 5 percent in the long-term perspective. British American Tobacco, the Lucky Strike maker,  has … Continue reading

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BAT analyses cigarette consumer behaviour

BAT is focused on provision of innovation in tobacco product communication British American Tobacco has confirmed its decision to learn the development in cigarette consumer behaviour and to present innovation in tobacco product communication to meet the needs of smokers. In accordance with the cigarette manufacturer, ongoing change of the travel industry means shoppers’ unmet requirements and behaviours keep modifying. … Continue reading

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Fight against tobacco branding and smoking

In December 2012, Australia introduced ban on tobacco branding becoming the first country to launch plain cigarette packaging According to its plain-packaging law, all cigarettes are offered for sale in standardised, drab-coloured packs with graphic pictures of tobacco-related illnesses on the front and back. Under its supporters, pictures of rotted lungs and charred teeth are not the pictures Marlboro Man … Continue reading

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KT&G rules cigarette market

Korea’s top cigarette maker, KT&G, continues to be the leading player in the native market over global companies In 2012, KT&G kept 62% of the market share. Even after the government started out the tobacco industry in 1988, the company never lost its position to worldwide rivals such as Phillip Morris International, British American Tobacco and Japan Tobacco International. KT&G … Continue reading

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