GO
Loading...

Cigarettes - 2013 Global Strategic Business Report Featuring British American Tobacco, China National Tobacco, Imperial Tobacco, Japan Tobacco, and Philip Morris

Dublin, Oct. 7, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/wllhjd/cigarettes) has announced the addition of the "Cigarettes - Global Strategic Business Report" report to their offering.

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Cigarettes both by volume (in Billion Sticks) and by value (US$ Billion). The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2010 through 2018. Also, a six-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. The report profiles 78 companies including many key and niche players such as British American Tobacco, China National Tobacco Corporation, Imperial Tobacco Group PLC, Japan Tobacco Group, and Philip Morris International.

Key Topics Covered:

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1

Disclaimers I-2

Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2

Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3

Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3

II. Executive Summary

1. OUTLOOK II-1

A Snapshot of the Global Cigarette Market II-1

Sizing the Market II-1

Asia-Pacific Rules the Global Cigarette Demand II-1

A Note on Smoking Prevalence Rates II-2

2. TRENDS & ISSUES II-5

Developed Countries on the Trail of "Kicking the Butt" II-5

The Cost of Tobacco Dependence II-5

Cigarette Price Plays a Key Role in Curtailing Smoking II-5

Why is Price a Major Option for Governments to Curtail

Smoking? II-5

Consumer Shift between Price Bands - An Obvious Outcome of

Price Rises II-6

Illicit Trade of Cigarettes - A Global Problem II-6

Economies of Cigarette Smuggling and Actions to Curb II-6

Do Taxes Foster Cigarette Smuggling? II-7

What Entices Manufacturers to Resort to Cigarette Smuggling? II-7

Deceptive Marketing Tactics Now Shift to Developing Countries II-7

Tobacco Regulations - Package Warnings II-8

3. COMPETITION II-12

Competitive Structure II-12

4. PRODUCT INTRODUCTIONS II-15

Savanna Launches Five-pack Cigarettes II-15

BAT and JTI Set to Launch New Two-in-one Cigarettes II-15

China Kangtai Launches Cactus Cigarettes in Russia II-15

BAT Korea to Launch KENT Convertibles, a Dual-Flavored

Cigarette II-16

ITC Set to Launch Lucky Strike Cigarette Brand in India II-16

Lorillard Unveils Newport Non-Menthol Cigarette II-16

Japan Tobacco Launches Smokeless Tobacco 'Zerostyle Mint' in

Japan II-16

Japan Tobacco Unveils Pianissimo Super Slims Menthol One II-16

Scandinavian Tobacco Expands Café Crème Miniature Line II-17

ITC Introduces Lucky Strike Cigarettes in India II-17

Philip Morris Introduces Marlboro Clove Varieties in Indonesia II-17

Philip Morris Introduces Super Slim Marlboros II-17

Philip Morris Launches New Varieties of Bond and Virginia

Brands II-17

China Kangtai Cactus Launches Low and Zero Nicotine Cigarettes II-18

Reynolds American Launches Camel Dip in Florida and Colorado II-18

Commonwealth Brands Launches Davidoff Slims Cigarettes in US II-18

KT&G Unveils New ESSE Cigarettes II-18

5. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-19

JTI Takes Over Gryson II-19

Japan Tobacco Acquires HCTF II-19

STG Inks Deal with Reynolds American to Takeover Lane II-19

China Kangtai Enters into Sales Agreements with Tobosst and

Apollo II-19

China Kangtai Cactus Acquires Dadi Tobacco Manufacturing

Company II-20

Philip Morris Merges with Fortune Tobacco II-20

Scandinavian Tobacco Group Merges with Swedish Match II-20

Japan Tobacco Acquires KBH&C and Kannenberg II-21

British American Tobacco Acquires Majority Stake in Bentoel II-21

Japan Tobacco Acquires Tribac Leaf

Forms Joint Venture with

Leaf Suppliers II-21

6. FOCUS ON SELECT GLOBAL PLAYERS II-22

British American Tobacco (UK) II-22

China National Tobacco Corporation (China) II-23

Imperial Tobacco Group PLC (UK) II-24

Japan Tobacco Group (Japan) II-25

Philip Morris International (Switzerland) II-26

7. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-28

Volume Analysis II-28

III. MARKET

1. THE UNITED STATES III-1

A.Market Analysis III-1

Current & Future Analysis III-1

Cigarette Sales Take the Tax Battering III-1

Cigarette Smoking Statistics III-2

Other Tobacco Products Gain with fall in Cigarette Sales III-2

Marketing Expenditure on Cigarettes Outclasses Spend on

Anti-Smoking Activities III-2

2011 - A Sluggish Year for Tobacco Control Measures III-3

Smoking Laws in the US in a Nutshell III-3

Anti-Smoking Measures from the Federal Government - A 2011

Perspective III-3

New Packaging Regulations to Affect Demand of Cigarettes III-4

2. CANADA III-20

A.Market Analysis III-20

Current & Future Analysis III-20

Smoking: Then and Now III-20

Cigarette Consumption Trends III-20

Cigarette Consumption by Gender III-20

Cigarette consumption by Age III-20

Cigarette consumption by Education III-21

Current Smoking Prevalence in Canada III-21

Prevalence by Gender III-21

Prevalence by Age III-21

Prevalence by Education III-21

Prevalence in 6-9 Grades III-21

A Focus on Sales Channels III-21

Sourcing of Cigarettes in Canada III-21

Roll-Your-Own Tobacco Market III-22

Quitting Cigarettes III-22

Quitting Cigarettes by Age and Gender III-22

Quitting Cigarettes among 6-9 Grades III-22

Quitting Success III-22

EX-IM Trade III-23

3. JAPAN III-28

A.Market Analysis III-28

Current & Future Analysis III-28

Tax-Shock Cuts Demand for Cigarettes in Japan III-28

Competition III-28

International Brands Gain Strength Post Earthquake in 2011 III-28

Product Launches III-29

Japan Tobacco Group - The Largest Japanese Tobacco

Manufacturer III-29

B.Market Analytics III-31

Volume Analysis III-31

4. EUROPE III-35

A.Market Analysis III-35

Current & Future Analysis III-35

Volume Analysis III-35

Value Analysis III-35

Smoking Rate Continues to Be High in Western Europe III-35

Pricing III-36

4a. FRANCE III-46

A.Market Analysis III-46

Current & Future Analysis III-46

France Opts for Price Rise to Solve Debt Problem III-46

Contraband Cigarettes: A Major Obstacle III-46

Transnational Players Dominate French Cigarette Market III-46

4b. GERMANY III-51

A.Market Analysis III-51

Current & Future Analysis III-51

Cigarette Sales Fall in Germany III-51

Major Players III-51

B.Market Analytics III-52

Volume Analysis III-52

4c. ITALY III-56

A.Market Analysis III-56

Current & Future Analysis III-56

Illegal Cigarette Sales Surge as Taxes and Prices Increase III-56

International Manufacturers Capitalize on Industry

Privatization III-56

B.Market Analytics III-57

Volume Analysis III-57

4d. THE UNITED KINGDOM III-61

A.Market Analysis III-61

Current & Future Analysis III-61

Cigarette Market in the UK III-61

The Economic Perspective of Cigarettes III-61

Highlights of Impact of Cigarettes on the UK Economy III-61

Prevalence of Smoking in the UK III-62

Prevalence by Age III-62

Table 61: Cigarette Smoking Prevalence in the UK as a

Percentage of Adults by Age Group for Years 1980, 1990,

2000 and 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-62

Prevalence Still High in Lower Economic Groups III-63

Table 62: Prevalence of Smoking in the UK by

Socio-Economic Class (2012): Percentage of Adults (Men and

Women) Smoking based on Last Held Job Position (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-63

Smoking Frequency by Gender III-64

Hand-Rolled Tobacco Prevalence on the Rise III-64

Government Sets New Targets III-64

Industry Overview III-64

Receding Workforce in the UK's Tobacco Industry III-64

Smuggled Goods - Still a Concern for HRT Manufacturers III-65

Competition III-65

The UK - Home to Leading Global Tobacco Companies III-65

Product Launch III-67

Strategic Corporate Development III-68

Key Players III-68

B.Market Analytics III-71

Volume Analysis III-71

4e. SPAIN III-75

A.Market Analysis III-75

Current & Future Analysis III-75

Economic Crisis and Illicit Trade Drubs Spanish Cigarette

Market III-75

Effect of Tax Regulations and Government Policies on

Cigarette Market III-75

International Trade on the Decline III-76

Competition III-77

4f. RUSSIA III-82

A.Market Analysis III-82

Current & Future Analysis III-82

Russian Cigarette Market - An Overview III-82

Russia - the Largest market for Slim and Ultra Slim

Cigarettes III-82

Tough Time Ahead for Cigarette Sales in Russia III-82

Russian Government Wakes Up to Address Smoking Pandemic III-83

Government Mulls Over Implementing Strict Anti-Smoking

Rules III-83

Big Wigs Lobby for Lesser Stringent Rules III-83

New Policies to Surge Prices III-84

Illicit Cigarette Business May Gain from Price Rises III-84

Competition III-85

Global Majors Flex Muscle III-85

Table 76: Leading Players in the Russian Cigarette Market

(2007, 2009 & 2011): Percentage Breakdown of Volume Sales

for Japan Tobacco International, Phillip Morris

International, British American Tobacco, Imperial Tobacco,

Donskoi Tabak and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-86

List of Leading Cigarette Brands in Russia by

Manufacturer: 2011 III-86

Donskoy Tabak Battles for Sustenance III-87

EX-IM Trade III-87

CIS Countries - The Leading Export Destinations to Russian

Made Cigarettes III-87

Exports to Other Destinations Critical for Further

Expansion of Exports III-88

Imports Continue to Slide III-88

Product Launch III-88

B.Market Analytics III-89

Volume Analysis III-89

4g. GREECE III-93

A.Market Analysis III-93

Current & Future Analysis III-93

Economic Slowdown Increases Illegal Trade of Cigarettes III-93

Key Players III-93

Table 81: Leading Players in Greek Cigarette Market

(2011): Percentage Breakdown of Volume Sales for Philip

Morris International, British American Tobacco, Japan

Tobacco International, Imperial Tobacco and Others

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-93

B.Market Analytics III-94

Volume Analysis III-94

4h. POLAND III-98

A.Market Analysis III-98

Current & Future Analysis III-98

Poland Bans Public Smoking III-98

Contraband Cigarettes Pose Major Concerns for Polish Tobacco

Industry III-98

B.Market Analytics III-99

Volume Analysis III-99

4i. TURKEY III-103

A.Market Analysis III-103

Current & Future Analysis III-103

Cigarette Prices Rise as Government Hikes Taxes III-103

International Companies Dominate Turkish Cigarette Market III-103

B.Market Analytics III-104

Volume Analysis III-104

4j. UKRAINE III-108

A.Market Analysis III-108

Current & Future Analysis III-108

Ukrainian Government Imposes Regulations on Cigarette

Packaging III-108

Ukraine Emerges as Power House for Cigarette Smugglers III-108

B.Market Analytics III-109

Volume Analysis III-109

4k. REST OF EUROPE III-113

A.Market Analysis III-113

Current & Future Analysis III-113

Focus on Select Markets III-113

Austria III-113

Café Culture Buoys Cigarette Sales in Austria III-113

Future Prospects Remains Bright III-113

Belgium III-114

Cigarette Sales to fall in Belgium III-114

Big Four Transnational Companies Seize Belgian Cigarette

Market III-114

Czech Republic III-114

Cigarette Sales under Pressure in Czech Republic III-114

Denmark III-114

Smoking Prevalence to Fall in Denmark III-114

BAT Dominates Cigarette Market in Denmark III-115

Hungary III-115

Retail Cigarette Volume Sales to Plunge III-115

Overview of Competition III-115

Ireland III-116

Illicit Cigarettes - A Growing Concern in Ireland III-116

Table 98: Irish Cigarette Market (2007 - 2011):

Percentage Breakdown of Volume Sales by Legitimate and

Non-Duty Paid Cigarettes (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-116

Malta III-116

Malta Witnesses Significant growth in Cigarette Sales III-116

Sweden III-117

Smoking Rates to Fall in Sweden III-117

Global Giants Dominate the Swedish Cigarette Market III-117

Swedish Government Changes Composition of Taxation on

Cigarettes III-117

The Netherlands III-117

Cigarette Volumes Suffer in the Dutch Market III-117

Cigarettes - A Concentrated Industry in Netherlands III-118

Strategic Corporate Development III-118

Philip Morris International - A Swiss-Based Leading Global

Cigarette Manufacturer III-118

B.Market Analytics III-120

Volume Analysis III-120

5. ASIA-PACIFIC III-124

A.Market Analysis III-124

Current & Future Analysis III-124

Volume Analysis III-124

Value Analysis III-124

Asia-Pacific Cigarette Market - An Overview III-124

Cigarettes Dominate Tobacco Product Market in the Region III-125

Asia-Pacific - Driving Global Growth III-125

Major Markets See Volume Declines III-125

Regulations - Package Warnings III-126

5a. AUSTRALIA III-134

A.Market Analysis III-134

Current & Future Analysis III-134

Cigarette Sales Continue to Fall III-134

Tobacco Industry in Australia - An Overview III-134

5b. CHINA III-141

A.Market Analysis III-141

Current & Future Analysis III-141

Chinese Cigarette Market - An Overview III-141

Smoking Prevalence in China III-141

Cigarette Consumption Continues to Rise III-141

Tobacco - A Major Revenue Generator for the Chinese

Government III-142

Brighter Days Ahead for Low-Tar Cigarettes in China III-142

Chinese Cigarette Industry - An Overview III-143

Cigarette Industry Profits from Increase in Consumption of

Cigarettes III-143

Smuggled Cigarettes Make a Dent into Government's Revenues III-143

Competition III-143

Tobacco - A State-Controlled Industry in China III-143

Competitive Landscape III-144

China Sets Targets for Consolidation and Standards in the

Cigarette Industry III-148

Product Launch III-149

Strategic Corporate Developments III-149

China National Tobacco Corporation - The Leading Global and

Chinese Cigarette Manufacturer III-150

B.Market Analytics III-151

Volume Analysis III-151

5c. INDIA III-155

A.Market Analysis III-155

Current & Future Analysis III-155

A Glimpse of the Indian Cigarette Market III-155

Ample Room for Further Growth III-155

Lower Share of Cigarettes in Tobacco Products III-156

India - A Lucrative Market for Smuggled Cigarettes III-156

Indian Government Shuts Door to FDI in the Cigarette

Industry III-156

An Overview of Market Driving and Restraining Forces III-157

Discriminatory and Oppressive Taxes - A Cause of Concern for

Manufacturers III-157

Competition III-158

Table 129: Leading Players in the Indian Cigarette Market:

Percentage Breakdown of Volume Sales for ITC Ltd., Godfrey

Philips India, VST Industries and Others for Financial

Years 2005, 2007, 2009 and 2011 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-158

Leading Filtered Cigarette Brands in India for Select

Major Players III-158

ITC Continues to Dominate Cigarette Market III-159

VST - Gaining Lost Ground III-159

Product Launch III-159

ITC Ltd. - The Largest Cigarette Manufacturer in India III-159

B.Market Analytics III-160

Volume Analysis III-160

5d. INDONESIA III-164

A.Market Analysis III-164

Current & Future Analysis III-164

High-Tar Cigarettes Dominate the Cigarettes Market in

Indonesia III-164

A Glimpse of Smoking Statistics in Indonesia III-164

Smoking Prevalence by Age Group III-165

Table 134: Smoking Prevalence in Indonesia by Gender and

Age Group: 2011 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-165

5e. MALAYSIA III-171

A.Market Analysis III-171

Current & Future Analysis III-171

Smoking Prevalence in Malaysian Youth is on a Surge III-171

Malaysian Cigarette Manufacturers to Continue Use of Graphic

Images III-171

B.Market Analytics III-172

Volume Analysis III-172

5f. THE PHILIPPINES III-176

A.Market Analysis III-176

Current & Future Analysis III-176

Philip Morris Benefits from Merger with FTC III-176

Strategic Corporate Development III-176

B.Market Analytics III-177

Volume Analysis III-177

5g. SINGAPORE III-181

A.Market Analysis III-181

Current & Future Analysis III-181

B.Market Analytics III-181

Volume Analysis III-181

5h. SOUTH KOREA III-185

A.Market Analysis III-185

Current & Future Analysis III-185

South Korea Cigarette Market - An Overview III-185

Select Regulations on Smoking in Recent Years III-185

Competition III-185

Major Players III-185

Domestic Brands Dominate the Korean Cigarette Market III-186

Philip Morris Gains Significant Ground III-187

Product Launches III-188

KT&G - The Leading Player in the Korean Cigarette Market III-188

B.Market Analytics III-189

Volume Analysis III-189

5i. TAIWAN III-193

A.Market Analysis III-193

Current & Future Analysis III-193

B.Market Analytics III-193

Volume Analysis III-193

5j. THAILAND III-197

A.Market Analysis III-197

Current & Future Analysis III-197

Changing Dynamics in the Thai Cigarette Market III-197

B.Market Analytics III-198

Volume Analysis III-198

5k. REST OF ASIA-PACIFIC III-202

A.Market Analysis III-202

Current & Future Analysis III-202

Focus on Select Markets III-202

Bangladesh III-202

Cigarettes Market in Bangladesh III-202

A Snapshot of Cigarette Consumption in Bangladesh III-202

The Laws of the Land and their Effect III-203

Lower Excise Taxes Make Cigarettes Cheaper III-203

Negligible International Trade of Cigarettes III-203

Diverse Channels Dot Cigarette Distribution III-203

A Glimpse of the Tax Structure III-204

Competition III-204

Cigarette - A Highly Concentrated Industry in Bangladesh III-204

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-205

6. LATIN AMERICA III-211

A.Market Analysis III-211

Current & Future Analysis III-211

Volume Analysis III-211

Value Analysis III-211

Competition III-211

6a. ARGENTINA III-218

A.Market Analysis III-218

Current & Future Analysis III-218

Taxation on Tobacco Remains Stable III-218

International Giants Dominate Domestic Cigarette Market III-218

6b. BRAZIL III-223

A.Market Analysis III-223

Current & Future Analysis III-223

Prospects for Cigarette Volume Growth Bleak III-223

Days are Counted for Flavored Cigarettes III-223

Major Players III-224

6c. CHILE III-229

A.Market Analysis III-229

Current & Future Analysis III-229

Chile - An Oligopoly Market III-229

Unrelenting Government's Efforts to Curb Smoking Prevalence III-229

B.Market Analytics III-230

Volume Analysis III-230

6d. COLOMBIA III-234

A.Market Analysis III-234

Current & Future Analysis III-234

Cigarette Sales take a Nose Dive III-234

B.Market Analytics III-235

Volume Analysis III-235

6e. ECUADOR III-239

A.Market Analysis III-239

Current & Future Analysis III-239

B.Market Analytics III-239

Volume Analysis III-239

6f. MEXICO III-243

A.Market Analysis III-243

Current & Future Analysis III-243

B.Market Analytics III-243

Volume Analysis III-243

6g. PERU III-247

A.Market Analysis III-247

Current & Future Analysis III-247

B.Market Analytics III-247

Volume Analysis III-247

6h. VENEZUELA III-251

A.Market Analysis III-251

Current & Future Analysis III-251

B.Market Analytics III-251

Volume Analysis III-251

7. REST OF WORLD III-255

A.Market Analysis III-255

Current & Future Analysis III-255

Cigarette Smoking in the Middle East III-255

Regulations - Package Warnings III-256

Cigarettes Sales to See Robust Growth III-257

Major Players III-257

EGYPT III-257

Rising Smoke Causes fall in Productivity III-257

Smoking Prevalence by Gender III-258

Smoking Prevalence by Education III-258

Youth Exposure to Cigarettes III-258

Consumption Grows Two-Fold III-258

Competitive Scenario III-258

Tobacco Taxes Hike: A Life Saving Phenomenon III-259

Smuggling in Egypt III-259

Initiatives by the Egyptian Government to Curb Smoking III-259

Iran III-260

Tobacco Industry Marred by Illegal Trade III-260

Competitive Scenario III-260

Iraq III-260

Israel III-261

Mid-Priced Cigarettes Gain Popularity Post 2010 Taxation

Changes III-261

Dubek Faces Mounting Market Pressures III-261

Kenya III-262

Illicit Cigarettes to Constrict Growth in Demand for Legal

Cigarettes III-262

An Overview of the Moroccan Cigarette Market III-262

IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 78 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 138)

The United States (24)

Canada (3)

Japan (1)

Europe (54)

- France (2)

- Germany (7)

- The United Kingdom (3)

- Italy (3)

- Spain (3)

- Rest of Europe (36)

Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (39)

Latin America (8)

Africa (5)

Middle-East (3)

Mediterranean (1)

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/wllhjd/cigarettes

Research and Markets
Laura Wood, Senior Manager.
press@researchandmarkets.com
U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907
Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716
Sector: Tobacco

Source:Research and Markets

Symbol
Price
 
Change
%Change
BATS
---
IMT
---
PM
---