Latest in Tag: tobacco Highlight
Latest in Tag: tobacco
Company launches new brand as part of long-term business strategy for Egypt
Young adults who use electronic cigarettes more than four times as likely to smoke tobacco cigarettes
Based on the amendment, cigarette prices will increase by 3.5 to 6.5 EGP
CIHC aims to increase profits by 85% to reach EGP 1.5bn
Eastern Company to hold meeting within two weeks with Philip Morris to stress its desire to collect its dues in dollars whether for tobacco or their payment in installments
The company will address the Public Tax Authority to suggest the health insurance tax value gradation according to cigarette types, rather than unifying it at EGP 0.5 per box
India’s top court has ruled that tobacco companies must display larger health warnings on cigarette packs, giving a boost to the government’s latest move to reduce smoking and curb tobacco-related illnesses. DW examines.
Greater Cairo Tobacco Association demanded President Al-Sisi holds Finance Minister accountable for failed financial policies
In Egypt, there are about 15 million smokers, more than half are in the countryside, and the rate is expected to increase to 16 million
Tensions prevail in cigarette market, traders exploit the situation to raise prices, according to CTA head in Cairo, Giza
By Philip Whitfield Before conniptions consume, inhale the acronyms. FAG: (For/Against Government), IMP: the British Imperial Tobacco Group the world’s fourth-largest ciggie peddler flogging 320bn cigarettes a year (Davidoff in Egypt) after PMI: Philip Morris International (Marlboros / Merit), BAT British American Tobacco (Rothmans/Dunhill) and arriving on the 1 July JT Japan Tobacco (Winston/Salem). And …
There’s no doubt that smoking is a detrimental practice; no matter how light some cigarettes are, they still do harm to the body. Yet in Egypt, about 40% of adult men and 8% of adult women are smokers, and since 25 January, access to cigarettes has only increased, as new brands have entered the Egyptian market illegally and are sold at cheaper prices. The Daily News Egypt looks into the issue of smuggled cigarettes and their additional harmful impact on smokers.
WHO launches the Tobacco Atlas in Egypt to warn people of the hazards of smoking
Ministry of Finance considers removing food tax increases while doubling tobacco excise