The Jamaican cigarette market is small with duty paid consumption falling dramatically in recent years. Recent increases in the Special Consumption Tax (SCT) have done much to dent duty paid sales, which have fallen sharply on an annual basis since 2008. Additionally, the introduction of a smoking ban in 2013 contributed to a further reduction of cigarette consumption levels in Jamaica.
The increasing taxation and tightening restrictions have affected the duty paid sales badly, therefore the Jamaican cigarette market is small
In 2011 consumption contracted by 7.9%, with pressure on disposable incomes and the presence of a sizeable non-duty paid sector the main downward drivers
Until very recently, the market was largely supplied with locally produced cigarettes. These were manufactured by the only local producer, Carreras. However, in 2005 Carreras announced it would cease local manufacturing and since then the market has been entirely supplied by imports
WITCO, West Indies Tobacco Company, has become the major manufacturer, as BAT uses its Trinidad base to supply the Jamaican market
"Cigarettes in Jamaica", is an analytical report by Canadean which provides extensive and highly detailed current and future market trends in the Jamaican market.
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Market size and structure of the overall and per capita consumption based upon a unique combination of industry research, fieldwork, market sizing analysis and our in-house expertise
Detailed information such as market shares and recent developments of the manufacturers, leading brands along with company profiles
Regulations, taxation, retail pricing, smoking habit and the growing health concerns affecting overall production
Prospects and forecasts of overall sales and consumption for 2015 to 2025
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As consumers' product demands evolve, the dynamics between different countries also change-favoring some countries and leaving others increasingly out of line with demand patterns. As a result, understanding the specific market dynamics of the Jamaican market is crucial to ensuring maximum future sales
The differing growth rates in regional product sales drive fundamental shifts in the market. This report provides detailed, authoritative data on these changes-prime intelligence for marketers
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2 Market Size
3 Market Structure
4 Manufacturers & Brands
5 Taxation & Retail
5.2. Retail Prices
6 The Smoking Population
7 Production & Trade
8 Operating Constraints
8.1. Advertising Restrictions
8.2. Health Warnings
8.3. Other Restrictions
9 Prospects & Forecasts
11.1. What is this Report About?
11.2. Time Frame
11.3. Product Category Coverage
11.5. About Canadean
Figure 1: Methodology
Table 1: Cigarette Consumption, 1990-2015, Million Pieces
Table 2: Per Capita Consumption, 1990-2015
Table 3: Market Breakdown: Domestic & Imported, 2000-2014, Million Pieces
Table 4: Market Breakdown: Domestic & Imported, 2000-2014, %
Table 5: Manufacturer Sales & Market Shares, 2000-2015, Sales million pieces
Table 6: Manufacturer Sales & Market Shares, 2000-2015, Sales %
Table 7: Brand Shares, 2001-2009, % Volume
Table 8: Cigarette Retail Prices, 2003-2012, J$ per 20 Pack
Table 9: Smoking Population, 1990-2014
Table 10: Cigarette Production, 1990-2014, million pieces
Table 11: Cigarettes, Volume & Value, 1990-2014
Table 12: Imports by Country of Origin, Volume, 2000-2014, Million Pieces
Table 13: Imports by Country of Origin, Volume, 2000-2014, %
Table 14: Cigarette Exports, 1990-2014, Million Pieces
Table 15: Consumption Forecasts, Million pieces, 2014-2024
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