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Tobacco Insights: June 2018

Summary

The June edition of Tobacco Insights provides news and analysis related to events in the Tobacco sector throughout the month of May. Highlights include new product launches, mergers and acquisitions, the latest news on the global debate on e-cigarettes and regional and national tobacco news from the month of May from around the globe.

Consumption data based upon a unique combination of industry research, fieldwork, market sizing work and our in-house expertise in the industry in order to offer data about the trends and dynamics affecting the Tobacco industry.

Recent activities of the manufacturers operating in the industry.

Detailed company profiles, highlighting key focus product sectors with the key features & developments, segmentation, per capita trends and the brands.O2.

Scope

- The International Labor Organization (ILO) is currently discussing whether or not it should cut ties with the tobacco industry by end of 2018. ILO is the only UN agency to accept money from the tobacco industry, stating that it helps to improve the working conditions of some of the 60 million people involved in tobacco production worldwide. The ILO has received more than USD 15 million from JTI and other tobacco giants since 2002 to help reduce child labor in the tobacco growing process.

- The European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) has asked the EU to exclude tobacco lobbyists from influencing policy positions on international trade during talks with countries of South and Central America. They expect a response from the Commission in line with their longstanding international commitments to the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and the Sustainable Development Goals. The EPHA believe that these steps are a necessary minimum to ensure that EU trade policy does no harm to public health at home or around the world.

Reasons to buy

- Evaluate important changes in consumer behavior to identify profitable markets and areas for product innovation.

- Analyse the current and forecast market position of the brands to identify the best opportunities to exploit.

- A summary of the latest news in the Tobacco industry, providing a single-source solution to understand how the industry is changing, and what this means for brands and companies.

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Table Of Content

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Table of Contents

1. A Global Perspective 1

1.1. Cigarette Consumption and Production 1

1.1.1. Cigarette consumption trends, 2006-2016 1

1.1.2. Cigarette production trends, 2004-2016 5

1.1.3. Regional cigarette consumption, 2014 10

1.1.4. Regional cigarette production, 2014 11

1.1.5. Per capita consumption of cigarettes by country, 2006-2016 12

2. Global News 16

2.1. World News 16

2.2. Africa 16

2.2.1. Kenya 16

2.2.2. South Africa 16

2.2.3. Zimbabwe 17

2.3. Asia-Pacific 1

2.3.1. Australia 1

2.3.2. Cambodia 1

2.3.3. China 1

2.3.4. India 2

2.3.5. New Zealand 2

2.3.6. Japan 2

2.3.7. South Korea 3

2.3.8. Vietnam 4

2.4. Europe 5

2.4.1. The EU 5

2.4.2. Austria 5

2.4.3. The Czech Republic 5

2.4.4. France 5

2.4.5. Germany 7

2.4.6. Ireland 7

2.4.7. Netherlands 7

2.4.8. Spain 7

2.4.9. Switzerland 10

2.4.10. The UK 10

2.5. Middle East 13

2.5.1. The UAE 13

2.6. North America 14

2.6.1. Canada 14

2.6.2. The US 15

2.7. South and Central America 22

2.7.1. Argentina 22

2.7.2. Chile 22

2.7.3. The Dominican Republic 26

2.7.4. Peru 26

2.7.5. Uruguay 26

3. Analysis of Recent Product Development 27

3.1. Marlboro Heets-Tabaco Sin Combustion-Amber Label 27

3.2. Camel-Cigarrillos Rubios-Every Camel Tells a Story 28

3.3. OCB-Rolling Paper-Long, Extra Long 29

4. Company News 30

4.1. Alliance One International 30

4.2. Altria Group Inc. 30

4.3. British American Tobacco 30

4.4. Imperial Brands 31

4.5. Japan Tobacco International 34

4.6. Japan Tobacco International 35

4.7. Philip Morris International 37

4.8. Swedish Match 37

4.9. Universal Corporation 38

5. Appendix 41

5.1. About GlobalData 41

6. Disclaimer 43


List Of Figure

List of Figures

Figure 1: Imports as % of Production, 2014 10

Figure 2: Exports as % of Production, 2014 11

Figure 3: Marlboro Heets-Tabaco Sin Combustion-Amber Label 27

Figure 4: Camel-Cigarrillos Rubios-Every Camel Tells a Story 28

Figure 5: OCB-Rolling Paper-Long, Extra Long 29


List Of Table

List of Tables

Table 1: Global Cigarette Consumption (million pieces), 2006-2016 1

Table 2: Global Cigarette Production (million pieces), 2004-2016 5

Table 3: Regional Cigarette Consumption, 2014 10

Table 4: Regional Cigarette Production, 2014 11

Table 5: Per Capita Consumption of Cigarettes by Country, Pieces, 2006-2016 12

Table 6: Japan: Tobacco Quantities Released for Consumption, Billion Pieces, 2016, 2017 & 2018 3

Table 7: France: Monthly Tobacco Quantities Released for Consumption, 2015-2018 6

Table 8: Spain January Tobacco Quantities Released for Consumption, 2015-2018 7

Table 9: Spain: Monthly Brand Shares, February 2017 & February 2018, % Volume 9

Table 10: UK: Tobacco Quantities Released for Consumption, 2016, 2017 & 2018 11

Table 11: Canada: Monthly Cigarette Production and Sales, 2016-2018 14

Table 12: The US: Monthly Cigarettes Consumption & Production Trends, 2016-2018, Million Pieces 16

Table 13: The US: Monthly Small Cigars Consumption & Production Trends, 2016-2018, Million Pieces 17

Table 14: The US: Monthly Large Cigars & Cigarillos Consumption & Production Trends, 2016-2018, Million Pieces 18

Table 15: The US: Monthly Snuff Consumption & Production Trends, 2016-2018, Thousand Pounds 18

Table 16: The US: Monthly Chewing Tobacco Consumption & Production Trends, 2015-2017, Thousand Pounds 19

Table 17: The US: Monthly Pipe Tobacco Consumption & Production Trends, 2016-2018, Thousand Pounds 20

Table 18: The US: Monthly Roll-Your-Own Tobacco Consumption & Production Trends, 2016-2018, Thousand Pounds 21

Table 19: Chile Final Cigarette Sale Price Base 22

Table 20: Marlboro Heets-Tabaco Sin Combustion-Amber Label 27

Table 21: Camel-Cigarrillos Rubios-Every Camel Tells a Story 28

Table 22: OCB-Rolling Paper-Long,Extra Long 29

Table 23: Imperial Brands Overview Adjusted Basis 31

Table 24: Imperial Brands Overview Reported Basis 32

Table 25: Imperial Brands Market Share Gains in Priority Markets led by Growth Brands 32

Table 26: Imperial Brands Growth Brands 33

Table 23: JTI 2018 Q1 Consolidated Results 34

Table 24: JTI 2018 Q1 Japanese Domestic Tobacco Business 35

Table 25: Japanese Domestic Cigarette Sales Results for April 2018 35

Table 26: Universal Corporation 2018 Q1 Consolidated Results 38

Table 27: Universal Corporation 2018 Q1 Sales Revenue 39

Table 28: Universal Corporation 2018 Q1 Operating Income 39

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Products and Companies

Products

cigar, Cigarettes, tobacco, smoking, production, imports, exports, companies, international brands, costs, smokeless, HNB, E-cigarettes


Companies

Alliance One International

Altria Group Inc

British American Tobacco

Imperial

Japan Tobacco International

Philip Morris

Swedish Match

Universal Corporation

Tobacco Insights: June 2018

Summary

The June edition of Tobacco Insights provides news and analysis related to events in the Tobacco sector throughout the month of May. Highlights include new product launches, mergers and acquisitions, the latest news on the global debate on e-cigarettes and regional and national tobacco news from the month of May from around the globe.

Consumption data based upon a unique combination of industry research, fieldwork, market sizing work and our in-house expertise in the industry in order to offer data about the trends and dynamics affecting the Tobacco industry.

Recent activities of the manufacturers operating in the industry.

Detailed company profiles, highlighting key focus product sectors with the key features & developments, segmentation, per capita trends and the brands.O2.

Scope

- The International Labor Organization (ILO) is currently discussing whether or not it should cut ties with the tobacco industry by end of 2018. ILO is the only UN agency to accept money from the tobacco industry, stating that it helps to improve the working conditions of some of the 60 million people involved in tobacco production worldwide. The ILO has received more than USD 15 million from JTI and other tobacco giants since 2002 to help reduce child labor in the tobacco growing process.

- The European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) has asked the EU to exclude tobacco lobbyists from influencing policy positions on international trade during talks with countries of South and Central America. They expect a response from the Commission in line with their longstanding international commitments to the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and the Sustainable Development Goals. The EPHA believe that these steps are a necessary minimum to ensure that EU trade policy does no harm to public health at home or around the world.

Reasons to buy

- Evaluate important changes in consumer behavior to identify profitable markets and areas for product innovation.

- Analyse the current and forecast market position of the brands to identify the best opportunities to exploit.

- A summary of the latest news in the Tobacco industry, providing a single-source solution to understand how the industry is changing, and what this means for brands and companies.

READ MORE

Scope

Table of Contents

1. A Global Perspective 1

1.1. Cigarette Consumption and Production 1

1.1.1. Cigarette consumption trends, 2006-2016 1

1.1.2. Cigarette production trends, 2004-2016 5

1.1.3. Regional cigarette consumption, 2014 10

1.1.4. Regional cigarette production, 2014 11

1.1.5. Per capita consumption of cigarettes by country, 2006-2016 12

2. Global News 16

2.1. World News 16

2.2. Africa 16

2.2.1. Kenya 16

2.2.2. South Africa 16

2.2.3. Zimbabwe 17

2.3. Asia-Pacific 1

2.3.1. Australia 1

2.3.2. Cambodia 1

2.3.3. China 1

2.3.4. India 2

2.3.5. New Zealand 2

2.3.6. Japan 2

2.3.7. South Korea 3

2.3.8. Vietnam 4

2.4. Europe 5

2.4.1. The EU 5

2.4.2. Austria 5

2.4.3. The Czech Republic 5

2.4.4. France 5

2.4.5. Germany 7

2.4.6. Ireland 7

2.4.7. Netherlands 7

2.4.8. Spain 7

2.4.9. Switzerland 10

2.4.10. The UK 10

2.5. Middle East 13

2.5.1. The UAE 13

2.6. North America 14

2.6.1. Canada 14

2.6.2. The US 15

2.7. South and Central America 22

2.7.1. Argentina 22

2.7.2. Chile 22

2.7.3. The Dominican Republic 26

2.7.4. Peru 26

2.7.5. Uruguay 26

3. Analysis of Recent Product Development 27

3.1. Marlboro Heets-Tabaco Sin Combustion-Amber Label 27

3.2. Camel-Cigarrillos Rubios-Every Camel Tells a Story 28

3.3. OCB-Rolling Paper-Long, Extra Long 29

4. Company News 30

4.1. Alliance One International 30

4.2. Altria Group Inc. 30

4.3. British American Tobacco 30

4.4. Imperial Brands 31

4.5. Japan Tobacco International 34

4.6. Japan Tobacco International 35

4.7. Philip Morris International 37

4.8. Swedish Match 37

4.9. Universal Corporation 38

5. Appendix 41

5.1. About GlobalData 41

6. Disclaimer 43


List Of Figure

List of Figures

Figure 1: Imports as % of Production, 2014 10

Figure 2: Exports as % of Production, 2014 11

Figure 3: Marlboro Heets-Tabaco Sin Combustion-Amber Label 27

Figure 4: Camel-Cigarrillos Rubios-Every Camel Tells a Story 28

Figure 5: OCB-Rolling Paper-Long, Extra Long 29


List Of Table

List of Tables

Table 1: Global Cigarette Consumption (million pieces), 2006-2016 1

Table 2: Global Cigarette Production (million pieces), 2004-2016 5

Table 3: Regional Cigarette Consumption, 2014 10

Table 4: Regional Cigarette Production, 2014 11

Table 5: Per Capita Consumption of Cigarettes by Country, Pieces, 2006-2016 12

Table 6: Japan: Tobacco Quantities Released for Consumption, Billion Pieces, 2016, 2017 & 2018 3

Table 7: France: Monthly Tobacco Quantities Released for Consumption, 2015-2018 6

Table 8: Spain January Tobacco Quantities Released for Consumption, 2015-2018 7

Table 9: Spain: Monthly Brand Shares, February 2017 & February 2018, % Volume 9

Table 10: UK: Tobacco Quantities Released for Consumption, 2016, 2017 & 2018 11

Table 11: Canada: Monthly Cigarette Production and Sales, 2016-2018 14

Table 12: The US: Monthly Cigarettes Consumption & Production Trends, 2016-2018, Million Pieces 16

Table 13: The US: Monthly Small Cigars Consumption & Production Trends, 2016-2018, Million Pieces 17

Table 14: The US: Monthly Large Cigars & Cigarillos Consumption & Production Trends, 2016-2018, Million Pieces 18

Table 15: The US: Monthly Snuff Consumption & Production Trends, 2016-2018, Thousand Pounds 18

Table 16: The US: Monthly Chewing Tobacco Consumption & Production Trends, 2015-2017, Thousand Pounds 19

Table 17: The US: Monthly Pipe Tobacco Consumption & Production Trends, 2016-2018, Thousand Pounds 20

Table 18: The US: Monthly Roll-Your-Own Tobacco Consumption & Production Trends, 2016-2018, Thousand Pounds 21

Table 19: Chile Final Cigarette Sale Price Base 22

Table 20: Marlboro Heets-Tabaco Sin Combustion-Amber Label 27

Table 21: Camel-Cigarrillos Rubios-Every Camel Tells a Story 28

Table 22: OCB-Rolling Paper-Long,Extra Long 29

Table 23: Imperial Brands Overview Adjusted Basis 31

Table 24: Imperial Brands Overview Reported Basis 32

Table 25: Imperial Brands Market Share Gains in Priority Markets led by Growth Brands 32

Table 26: Imperial Brands Growth Brands 33

Table 23: JTI 2018 Q1 Consolidated Results 34

Table 24: JTI 2018 Q1 Japanese Domestic Tobacco Business 35

Table 25: Japanese Domestic Cigarette Sales Results for April 2018 35

Table 26: Universal Corporation 2018 Q1 Consolidated Results 38

Table 27: Universal Corporation 2018 Q1 Sales Revenue 39

Table 28: Universal Corporation 2018 Q1 Operating Income 39

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Products

cigar, Cigarettes, tobacco, smoking, production, imports, exports, companies, international brands, costs, smokeless, HNB, E-cigarettes


Companies

Alliance One International

Altria Group Inc

British American Tobacco

Imperial

Japan Tobacco International

Philip Morris

Swedish Match

Universal Corporation