Tobacco suppliers have been denied the ability to impose restrictive sanctions on retailers or wholesalers suspected of selling illicit tobacco products.
Life is anything but a drag for Nikitas Theophilopoulos, the managing director of Philip Morris International (Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands).
The Federal Court has ordered three online e-cigarette retailers to pay penalties for breaching the Australian Consumer Law (ACL).
The ABC has reported on a rumour that the Australian Government has won a dispute regarding international tobacco plain packaging.
The April/May issue of C&I Retailing is out now, with print editions of Australia’s leading Petrol and Convenience sector magazine making their way to subscribers around the nation.
New research funded by Philip Morris suggests that the “Reduced-Risk Device” known as IQOS can reduce exposure to 15 harmful
Philip Morris International has announced a new capital investment to convert a Greek cigarette plant over to production of Reduced-Risk Products.
While specialist vaping shops are now popping up everywhere and the internet is flooded with vaping sites, Australian Health Authorities are continuing to ignore mounting consumer demand for safer alternatives to conventional cigarettes.
Vaping is becoming very popular all over the world wide but is frowned on by health authorities in Australia.
Research by AACS shows most respondents support the legalisation of e-cigarettes, but when will we see change?
BAT will soon control the world’s largest portion of the tobacco market, when it assumes full control of US company Reynolds American.
The ACCC says cigarette companies will not be allowed to stop supplying retailers caught selling illicit tobacco