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  1. Tobacco Company Profile – Donskoy Tabak

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Nov-2016
    , Product code: CI0063MR
    Donskoy Tabak is the largest Russian-owned manufacturer of cigarettes and is part of the Agrokom Group. It ranked fourth overall in the Russian cigarette market in 2015, generating domestic sales of 27 billion pieces. Donskoy Tabak sits within a wider grouping of companies that come under the control of the Agrokom Group. Activities range from meat processing to mineral water, with a large number based in the Rostov-on-Don area. The company has been fairly active in developing new products in recent years, with aims to strengthen its position both in the domestic and international markets. Donskoy Tabak acquired Nevo Tabak, boosting its domestic sales and market share in 2010.
    $975.00

  2. Tobacco Company Profile – Tabacuba

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Nov-2016
    , Product code: CI0086MR
    Tabacuba, or Grupo Empresarial de Tabaco de Cuba (Union of Tobacco Companies of Cuba), is the dominant cigarette manufacturer in Cuba and 100% state-owned by the Government of Cuba. The company established joint ventures; Habanos SA is responsible for distribution and international sale of cigars worldwide and Brascuba is responsible for the production of cigarettes for sale via hard currency markets and also for export.
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  3. Cigarettes in Egypt

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Nov-2016
    , Product code: CG0249MR
    The Egyptian cigarette market had, until recently, recorded strong growth, assisted by a policy of price maintenance, a relatively buoyant economy, and population expansion. However, between 2011 and 2012 the market suffered falls in volumes, with tax-led price increases a major factor forcing many to opt for non-duty paid sales, which until then had not been a problem in Egypt. Per capita consumption averages 903 pieces, which is high by African standards, although lower than in some other North African and Middle Eastern countries.
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  4. Cigarettes in Syria

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Nov-2016
    , Product code: CG0321MR
    Syria is one of the larger countries in the Middle East. Although the global financial crisis caused a slowdown in growth in 2008, real GDP still grew by 6% in 2009, but the economy slowed in 2010 with growth down to 3.2%. There was a 2% decline in 2011 as the political and social unrest of the Arab uprising continued, with no sign of the violence ending. The cigarette industry has a large youth population and a strong cultural prevalence of smoking cigarettes and narghile (water pipes). A high percentage of adult males and females are smokers. King size filter cigarettes used to dominate the market and were favored by most consumers.
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  5. Company Insight - Eastern Company

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Nov-2016
    , Product code: C10080MR
    Eastern Company was established in 1920 and is the sole cigarette manufacturer in Egypt. It is a joint stock company and still under state control, but has been partially privatized. Eastern retains a significant share of a relatively large Egyptian cigarette market and in addition to producing its own cigarette brands, the best known of which is Cleopatra, it manufactures some 19 leading foreign brands under license. Eastern has invested heavily in upgrading its manufacturing facilities and is regarded as one of the most advanced companies in the region. To assist with its desire to maintain its position in the market, as well as controlling its costs, the company has recently signed a number of agreements with other manufacturers.
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  6. Company Insight – Philip Morris

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Nov-2016
    , Product code: C10087MR
    On March 28, 2008, the Altria Group Inc. completed the spin-off of 100% of the shares of Philip Morris International Inc. (PMI) to Altria's shareholders, resulting in PMI becoming a completely independent company trading on the New York stock exchange. Since then, PMI has been operating worldwide, except in the US, and is currently the world’s leading multinational cigarette company. Its record of growth is impressive, coming as a result of a combination of both organic growth and a number of acquisitions. There has also been an improved market share performance across a broad base of countries as a result of new marketing initiatives and a variety of brand extensions, notably with Marlboro, which is by some distance its leading international brand. Opportunities for further potential acquisitions with respect to cigarette companies are becoming scarce, thus, in a fairly static to declining global market; the company is now beginning to diversify into other tobacco sectors and reduced risk products. However, its core business is cigarettes.
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  7. Company Insights - BAT

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Nov-2016
    , Product code: CI0088MR
    British American Tobacco (BAT) continues to be the second largest publicly-quoted multinational cigarette manufacturer, after Philip Morris International (PMI), although both companies are smaller than China's state monopoly company, CNTC. Today, BAT's geographic spread of operations can be regarded as considerable, spreading to more than 200 countries, with operations encompassing all regions, as well as integration upstream into tobacco growing and processing.
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  8. Cigarettes in Zambia

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Nov-2016
    , Product code: CG0340MR
    Zambia is a large and relatively prosperous country in southern Africa with a moderately sized cigarette market. The cigarette market is intrinsically linked to the country's economic performance and as a result has experienced high levels of growth in recent years. The market reached a peak of 1.5 billion pieces in 2013 due to the strong Zambian economy and the introduction of the minimum wage. However, tax rises, contraband from Zimbabwe, and the growth of RYO tobacco is hindering the cigarette market's ability to grow legitimately in the country. Overall, the market is expected to decline in the short term but see modest growth in the long term as consumers' disposable incomes also grow.
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  9. Tobacco Company Profile – NKGTC

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Nov-2016
    , Product code: CI0076MR
    North Korean General Tobacco Corporation (NKGTC) is the state-owned tobacco monopoly organization. It has traditionally dominated the cigarette market in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea), which was created in 1948 after the Korean War. As of 2015, its share had fallen to 43% with the Jilin joint venture companies having market leadership with 50%.
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  10. Tobacco Global Industry Almanac_2016

    By: MarketLine
    , Published: Jul-2016
    , Product code: MLIG16010-01
    Global Tobacco industry profile provides top-line qualitative and quantitative summary information including: market share, market size (value and volume , and forecast to 2020). The profile also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market.
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