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Imperial Tobacco profits fall by £110m

| June 14, 2011

cheap davidoff cigarettes onlineBristol- based tobacco giant, Imperial Tobacco (LSE: IMT) are expecting a £110 million hit to their profits after changes to pricing laws in Spain. Spain remains an important market for the manufacturer of Lambert & Butler, Gauloises and Davidoff brands of cigarettes, and the company report they have ‘acted to protect their market position’ and continue to monitor the situation.


Smoking Ban in Spain Hits Imperial Tobacco Business

| March 25, 2011

buy bond onlineImperial Tobacco said the introduction of a smoking ban in one of its biggest markets had cast a cloud over growth as it issued a trading warning. It expects the total number of Bond cigarettes sold in the last six months to be down 1 per cent. Fewer smokers lighting up in Spain, where a ban on smoking in public places has been introduced and duties hiked, were blamed for the decline.


Imperial Tobacco Expect Rise in Tobacco Sales

| March 24, 2011

gauloises cigarettesImperial Tobacco Group PLC (IMT.LN) Thursday said it’s on track to meet fiscal-year expectations following an expected rise in first-half sales, but the maker of Lambert & Butler and JPS cigarettes also forecasts volumes to fall around 1%. The world’s fourth-largest global tobacco group by revenue said first-half tobacco sales are expected to increase around 2% year-on-year.