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[Bulgaria] Plovdiv’s ‘Tobacco Town’ controversy: discrepancy in documents to be checked

A key part of the investigation into the controversial attempt to demolish a historic warehouse in Plovdiv’s “Tobacco Town” is expected to be the discrepancy between different documents, one saying that the building was not a monument of culture and anot
Sofia Globe (bg)
added Mar 8, 2016 21:54
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[Africa, Zimbabwe] Tobacco exports reach $208m

Zimbabwe has earned $208 million from 32 million kilogrammes of flue-cured tobacco exported in the past two months, the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) has said
Zimbabwe Herald (zw)
added Mar 8, 2016 04:49
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[Africa] Zimbabwe: Tobacco Prices to Go Up

Global tobacco production is expected to drop by around 100 million kilogrammes, a development that will result in local prices going up during this marketing season, a senior Government official has said. The 2016 tobacco marketing season will open on
All-Africa.com
added Mar 7, 2016 17:50
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[Africa, Zimbabwe] Debts weigh down Premier Tobacco Auction Floors

PREMIER Tobacco Auction Floors is reeling under financial constraints amid indications that it may fail to obtain a licence for the forthcoming marketing season, sources said. Insiders told The Herald Business that Premier, the country’s third largest auc
Zimbabwe Herald (zw)
added Mar 7, 2016 17:00
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[Africa, Zimbabwe] 18 000 farmers abandon tobacco

About 18 000 farmers abandoned tobacco growing this season due to drought and unfavourable prices offered at the auction floors last season, Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board statistics have shown. According to the statistics, tobacco registrations hav
Zimbabwe Herald (zw)
added Mar 7, 2016 16:55
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[Caribbean, South America/Caribbean] AP PHOTOS: Cuba's tobacco country becomes tourist attraction

Unseasonably heavy rains have damaged Cuba's tobacco crop and raised questions about iconic cigar brands that some aficionados say they hope will not suffer from declining quality amid higher demand
AP - Associated Press
added Mar 4, 2016 17:59
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[Caribbean, South America/Caribbean] Cuba tobacco country enjoys tourism boost

they have seen little impact on domestic sales from a boom in tourism that has brought hundreds of thousands of new visitors to Havana. That may be partly because, while some tourists visit official cigar stores, many others buy pilfered or counterfeit su
AAP (Australian Associated Press) (au)
added Mar 4, 2016 17:59
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[Asia, India] Growers urge government to intervene in new tobacco advisory

The tobacco growers association here on Friday urged the government to intervene against the Graphic Health Warning directive issued by the health ministry. The new advisory mandates a revision in the existing warning from 40 percent to 85 percent on bo
IANS - Indo-Asian News Service (in)
added Mar 4, 2016 17:15
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[South America/Caribbean] Photo essay: Cuba's tobacco country becomes tourist attraction

Cuban cigar industry officials say they have seen little impact on domestic sales from a boom in tourism that has brought hundreds of thousands of new visitors to Havana. That may be partly because while some tourists visit official cigar stores, many oth
AP - Associated Press
added Mar 4, 2016 17:05
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[Africa, Zimbabwe] Tobacco marketing season to begin 30 March

A delayed tobacco selling season will begin on 30 March with expectations this season’s total volume will be about 160 million kgs, The Herald reported. Last year about 200 million kgs were sold. Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board Chairperson Monica Chi
Tobacco Journal International
added Mar 4, 2016 14:28
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