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Your Next Turkey Trip Just Got Much Cheaper. Here's the Bad News

Japan Tobacco, which sells its Winston and Camel cigarettes among others in Turkey, holds about 28 percent of the tobacco market in the country, second behind Philip Morris International. Japan Tobacco said it is keeping an eye on the potential currency
Bloomberg News
added Aug 15, 2018 17:43
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‘We have a rich heritage and, we believe, a bright future’: how transnational tobacco companies are using Twitter to oppose policy and shape their public identity

Transnational tobacco companies are using Twitter to oppose tobacco control policy and shape their public identity by promoting corporate social responsibility initiatives in violation of WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. Regulation of the toba
Tobacco Control
added Aug 13, 2018 15:18
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[Bangladesh] Japan Tobacco coughs up for more frontier smokers

The deal is part of Japan Tobacco's effort to offset the decline of cigarette sales in developed markets with bets on places where people are still lighting up. It lifts the company's spending over the past year to almost $5 billion, following previous p
NASDAQ
added Aug 7, 2018 16:56
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JT Group Inks $1.5B Deal For Akij's Bangladeshi Tobacco Biz ($$)

Japan Tobacco Inc. and its affiliates have agreed to buy United Dhaka Tobacco Co. Ltd., Bangladesh’s second-largest tobacco company, from conglomerate Akij Group for roughly 124.3 billion Bangladeshi taka ($1.5 billion), the Tokyo-based tobacco giant said
Law360
added Aug 7, 2018 03:05
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Japan Tobacco to Acquire Bangladesh Company for $1.5 Billion

The Japanese company is acquiring the tobacco business of Akij Group, the second-largest cigarette maker in Bangladesh with about 20 percent share of the market, Japan Tobacco said in a statement Monday. “With this investment, we continue to accelerate
Bloomberg News
added Aug 6, 2018 19:38
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Japan Tobacco buying Bangladesh Akij's tobacco business for $1.5 billion

is buying the tobacco business of Bangladesh’s Akij Group for around $1.5 billion, its second major purchase in five months...in March to buy Russia’s Donskoy Tabak for about 90 billion rubles ($1.42 billion).
Reuters
added Aug 6, 2018 18:17
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Japan Tobacco (JAPAF) Q2 2018 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

[Interpreted] I am Naohiro Minami, Chief Financial Officer of the JT Group. Now, I will take you through the results for the first-half of 2018 and full-year revised forecast. First, I will explain the consolidated financial results for the first half
Seeking Alpha blog network
added Aug 6, 2018 13:56
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Heat-not-burn tobacco product use in Japan: its prevalence, predictors and perceived symptoms from exposure to secondhand heat-not-burn tobacco aerosol [FREE FULL TEXT]

A popular TV programme triggered IQOS diffusion in Japan. Extrapolating from survey results to the general population, around 3.1 million people currently use IQOS in Japan. Tobacco control organisations and governments should closely monitor HNB tobacco
Tobacco Control
added Jul 25, 2018 17:18
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[Asia] ‘The industry must be inconspicuous’: Japan Tobacco’s corruption of science and health policy via the Smoking Research Foundation [FREE FULL TEXT]

Contrary to industry claims, SRF was never meant to be independent or neutral. With active support from foreign cigarette manufacturers, SRF represents the expansion into Asia of the denialist campaign that began in the USA in 1953.
Tobacco Control
added Jul 25, 2018 17:14
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Editorial: A think tank of JT, by JT and for JT [FREE FULL TEXT]

this continues to the present day in Japan. The influence of tobacco industry money on science and policy is insidious and has never been proven to be beneficial to public health. Ignoring the past will only condemn us to repeating our mistakes, at the co
Tobacco Control
added Jul 25, 2018 17:13
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