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UNITED KINGDOM

Tobacco spared tax hike

04 Mar 2021. Cigarette prices will remain the same after Chancellor Rishi Sunak left tobacco taxes out of his Spring Budget for 2021, reports the Daily Mail.
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HUNGARY

Tobacco crop and yield declines

04 Mar 2021. Hungarian tobacco farmers harvested 4,327 tonnes last year, down 23 per cent from 2019, Budapest Business Journal reported.
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UNITED STATES

USTC announces new Chief Financial Officer

03 Mar 2021. U.S. Tobacco Cooperative (USTC) has announced the hiring of a new Chief Financial Officer, Keith Merrick, effective 1 March.
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Reynolds announces 2 senior leadership appointments

03 Mar 2021. The BAT Groupís US subsidiary Reynolds American Inc. (Reynolds) has announced the appointment of two senior leaders within its operating companies.
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CHINA

Smoking emoji removed

03 Mar 2021. WeChat, Chinaís most widely used social network, has removed its smoking emoji amid pressure from anti-smoking advocates, reports China Film Insider.
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UNITED STATES

FTC asks e-cig firms to submit sales and ad data

02 Mar 2021. The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) said on 1 March, it has requested five e-cigarette companies to provide sales and advertising data, reports Reuters.
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UNITED KINGDOM

Smoking ban at hospitals and schools

02 Mar 2021. Wales has become the first country in the UK to ban smoking on hospital or school grounds as well as public playgrounds and any outdoor childminding facilities, reports the Guardian.
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THE PHILIPPINES

Losses due to cigarette smuggling

01 Mar 2021. The country is losing at least PHP 30 billion (USD 615.7 million) due to cigarette smuggling each year claims Albay Rep. Joey Salceda who serves as the chairperson for the House committee, reports Inquirer.net.
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Tobacco tax revenues increase sharply

01 Mar 2021. Tax collections from tobacco products increased by nearly three-fourths as of mid-February this year after one cigarette manufacturer commenced the operation of its new facility in Batangas, Manila Bulletin reported.
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UNITED KINGDOM

Cigarette sales rose by 7% during lockdown

25 Feb 2021. Sales of cigarettes rose by 7 per cent to GBP 12.4 billion during lockdown while rolling tobacco sales increased by more than a third, reports Daily Mail.
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