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British American Tobacco sees 2019 profit growth in face of tighter regulations

British American Tobacco Plc expects another year of good earnings growth in 2019, despite concerns of tighter regulations in the U.S., Chairman Richard Burrows said at the company's annual general meeting on Thursday.

British American Tobacco sees 2019 profit growth in face of tighter regulations

British American Tobacco Plc expects another year of good earnings growth in 2019, despite concerns of tighter regulations in the U.S., Chairman Richard Burrows said at the company's annual general meeting on Thursday.

UPDATE 1-British American Tobacco sees 2019 profit growth in face of tighter regulations

April 25 British American Tobacco Plc expects another year of good earnings growth in 2019, despite concerns of tighter regulations in the U.S., Chairman Richard Burrows said at the company's annual general meeting on Thursday.

British American Tobacco sees "good" earnings growth in 2019

April 25 British American Tobacco Plc expects another year of good earnings growth in 2019, Chairman Richard Burrows said at the company's annual general meeting on Thursday.

BUZZ-Citi upgrades UK tobacco companies on positive demand growth forecast

** British tobacco stocks Imperial Brands shares up 1.9 pct, BAT up 1.4 pct after Citi upgrades stocks to "buy"

BUZZ-UK tobacco stocks: Tops FTSE 100 on Citi upgrades

** Imperial Brands shares up 2.7 pct; BAT up 2.2 pct - top gainers on UK bluechip index

McLaren to race without BAT logo in Australia

MELBOURNE McLaren will race in Formula One's season-opening Australian Grand Prix this week without British American Tobacco (BAT) branding on their cars amid concerns about Australia's strict anti-tobacco advertising regulation.

UPDATE 1-Motor racing-McLaren to race without BAT logo in Australia

* Strict anti-tobacco advertising regulation prompts decision

Motor racing-McLaren to race without BAT logo in Australia

MELBOURNE, March 14 McLaren will race in Formula One's season-opening Australian Grand Prix this week without British American Tobacco (BAT) branding on their cars amid concerns about Australia's strict anti-tobacco advertising regulation.

BAT sets aside £436 million provision after Quebec court ruling

British American Tobacco Plc said on Tuesday it would set aside £436 million in 2019, after a Quebec court upheld a 2015 decision that awarded smokers in the Canadian province around C$15 billion (£8.6 billion).

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