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June 18, 2014
06:41 EDTITYBY, PM, JAPAF, BTIE.U. regulations aim to track, trace tobacco products, Reuters says
The E.U. is asking tobacco firms Philip Morris (PM) British American Tobacco (BTI), Japan Tobacco (JAPAF) and Imperial Tobacco (ITYBY) to do more to track and trace their products in order to tackle a huge black market and prevent some of the deaths linked to smoking-related diseases, reported Reuters. The legislation takes effect over the next two years, but the large international tobacco companies already use a track and trace system called Codentify and do not want to add an expensive third-party system to their operations. Reference Link
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November 19, 2014
10:17 EDTPMPhilip Morris reaffirms FY14 reported EPS view $4.76-$4.81
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November 13, 2014
06:36 EDTBTIBritish American Tobacco fined $1.03M by U.K. government, WSJ reports
British American Tobacco has been fined $1.03M by the U.K. government for oversupplying cigarettes in Belgium, sources tell the Wall Street Journal. The fine, levied by HM Revenue & Customs, marks the first incident in which a major tobacco company has been penalized for "oversupply of products to high-risk overseas markets" in the U.K. Reference Link

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