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Gangnam Style: Canadian company to launch Gangnam cigarettes

Beginning with this week, convenience shops across Ontario, Canada, can commence marketing Gangnam style cigarettes. On Feb. 15, Canadian Tobacco and Global Inc., an Ontario cigarette wholesaler composed of 38 Korean-Canadian convenience shop keepers, will launch three cigarette brands, such as Gangnam, which company President James Kang claims is not referred to as after the extremely popular song by South … Continue reading Continue reading

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British American Tobacco Review

British American Tobacco (BATS) is a member of the FTSE100 and the second biggest cigarette company around the world by global market share. Brands of the tobacco group are marketed in about 180 countries. British American Tobacco has presented a profit of over 600 percent during the last ten years and the company still provides a good opportunity of further … Continue reading

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Japan Tobacco rises on government share sale delay

Japan Tobacco shares increased in Tokyo trade on November 19 after the authorities stated that it would postpone selling part of its stake in the former monopoly. Choppy markets and an election in December, which could determine a change in leadership, were between factors for postponing the sale of part of Tokyo’s 50.0% holding in the cigarette company, a finance … Continue reading

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Why do people smoke?

The history of tobacco smoking dates back to thousands years B.C. nevertheless, it is actual today, as well. The biggest tobacco manufacturers offers us a wide variety of cigarettes for sale, which are of different shape, length and even have different flavors. While in the very beginning of times, when people just started smoking, this process was a part of … Continue reading

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Cigarette Sales May Be Off, But Lorillard Still Rolls On

Fewer Americans smoke cigarettes these days, but Lorillard Inc. is betting it can buck the trend. Last year, as part of a decades-long decline, the percentage of U.S. adults who smoke dropped below 20%. Altria Group Inc. and Reynolds American Inc., the two largest U.S. tobacco companies by sales, have begun diversifying into smokeless tobacco products, which are less harmful … Continue reading

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JTI and BAT rolling outtwo-in-one cigarettes: Silk Cut Choice and Lucky Strike Click & Roll

Next month, both Japan Tobacco International and British American Tobacco will launch a new kind of cigarette that changes from regular to menthol at the smoker’s whim. JTI is launching Silk Cut Choice, while BAT is coming out with Lucky Strike Click&Roll. Both are pitched at the premium end of the market, will be available in King Size 20s and … Continue reading

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