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The European Cigarette Industry Is Getting Slammed By The Euro Crisis
Conventional wisdom would suggest that smoking is a business that's immune to economic downturns. Some might argue that smoking might actually rise during periods of economic distress.
Earnings Preview: Philip Morris  Seeking Alpha
Philip Morris International's Q2 Profit Falls  ValueWalk
Appeals court upholds Philip Morris sanctions
WASHINGTON A federal appeals court on Friday upheld a ruling banning tobacco company Philip Morris USA, a unit of Altria Group Inc, from making false or deceptive statements about cigarettes. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ...
Cigarette Companies Lose Appeal To Remove Court Activity  ValueWalk
Infringing Via The Unspoken: Marlboro Appeal Increases Scope Of Confusion For ...
In an eagerly anticipated decision, the Federal Court of Appeal has allowed in part Imperial Tobacco's unique infringement lawsuit against Philip Morris in the Marlboro Canada Ltd. v. Philip Morris ... This has created an anomaly in an international ...
Europe's Smoking Problem
The report was part funded by Philip Morris International. Making matters more difficult is the growing influx of so-called “illicit whites,” which are legally manufactured in places like Ukraine and Russia under brand names like Jin Ling and Raquel ...
Eight Stocks with Limited European, Chinese Exposure
Altria (NYSE: MO): Altria was spun out of Phillip Morris and consists of the old company's U.S. cigarette and tobacco businesses.
A Classic Defensive Play That's Still Smoking
A leader of the pack is British American Tobacco, or BAT (LSE: BATS, NYSE: BTI), a UK-based tobacco company that's ranked second in the world by global market share.
FACTBOX-Indonesia's palm oil tycoons drive investment spree
The result: Wilmar International, the world's largest listed palm oil firm with an empire of estates, refineries, oilseed crushers and ships across five continents.
Wheat Board demise fuels Ontario food fight
“It seems rational that [agriculture companies] might want to make some acquisitions they hadn't in the past to take advantage of this environment,” said Al Mussell, a senior research associate with the George Morris Centre, an agriculture economics ...
Ex-Nomura trader readies $250 mln Asia vol hedge fund
HONG KONG, July 25 Former Nomura Holdings Inc trader Jean-Noel Payer is preparing to launch a $250 million Asia-focused volatility hedge fund aiming to take advantage of price swings in Asian securities, in one of the biggest startups in the region ...
Japan Tobacco feels UK has decided on plain packets
A man smokes a cigarette behind a logo of Japan Tobacco Inc (JT) outside the company's headquarters building in Tokyo, in this file photo taken May 31, 2012.