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Japan Tobacco Inc - Transfer Date Of Marketing Approvals Of 6 Anti-Hiv Drugs To Gilead Sciences Kk Set For Dec. 1
Japan Tobacco Top-Line Results Of Phase 3 Clinical Studies Of JTZ-951 In Anemic Patients With Chronic Kidney Disease In Japan
Japan Tobacco - Top-Line Results Of Phase 3 Clinical Study Of Riona In Adult Patients With Iron Deficiency Anemia In Japan
JAPAN TOBACCO INC. is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the tobacco business. The Company operates through four business segments. The Domestic Tobacco segment is engaged in the production and sale of tobacco products. The International Tobacco segment is engaged in the production and sale of tobacco products through JT International S.A.. The Medical segment is engaged in the research, development, production and sale of medical drugs. The Food Processing segment is engaged in the manufacture and sale of frozen and ambient temperature processed foods, bakery, seasoning, among others. The Company is also involved in the leasing of real estate.
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Japan Tobacco is halving the price of starter kits for its Ploom S reduced-risk cigarettes, as it struggles to compete against rival Philip Morris International.
Japan Tobacco expects the country's heated tobacco market to post moderate growth this year but sees a nearly 80 percent rise in its own sales as it attempts to catch up with the sector leader Philip Morris International.
Japan Tobacco Inc <2914.T> on Thursday unveiled two "heat-not-burn" products, as it races against market leader Philip Morris International Inc <PM.N> for a larger share of the vaping space with conventional cigarettes steadily falling out of favor.
Japan Tobacco Inc <2914.T> is buying the tobacco business of Bangladesh's Akij Group for around $1.5 billion (£1.16 billion), its second major purchase in five months as the world's third-biggest cigarette maker seeks new growth markets to offset shrinking sales at home.
Japan Tobacco Inc said on Monday it had agreed to buy the tobacco business of Akij Group, Bangladesh's second-biggest tobacco company, for about 124.3 billion BDT ($1.48 billion) to further boost its presence in Asia.
Japan Tobacco Inc <2914.T> is set to slash prices on its heated tobacco products early next week after a similar move by bigger rival Philip Morris International Inc <PM.N>, signalling increased competition in Japan's nascent market for alternative cigarettes.
Japan Tobacco <2914.T> has agreed to buy Russia's Donskoy Tabak for about 90 billion roubles (1.12 billion pounds) to strengthen its leading position in the world's third-largest tobacco market.
Japan Tobacco has agreed to buy Russia's Donskoy Tabak for about 90 billion roubles ($1.56 billion) to strengthen its leading position in the world's third-largest tobacco market.
* JT GROUP HAS AGREED TO ACQUIRE RUSSIA'S DONSKOY TABAK FOR ABOUT RUB 90 BILLION ($1.6 BILLION)
* Says it signed license agreement with Japan Tobacco Inc , regarding the exclusive rights to develop and commercialize JTE-052, which is used for disease treatment in the field of ophthalmology, in Japan
Japan Tobacco Inc <2914.T> said on Tuesday it plans to launch a new "heat-not-burn" (HNB) product in Japan as early as the end of this year, as it tries to catch Philip Morris International <PM.N> in a growing cigarette-alternative category.
Japan Tobacco Inc said on Tuesday it plans to launch a new "heat-not-burn" (HNB) product in Japan as early as the end of this year, as it tries to catch Philip Morris International in a growing cigarette-alternative category.
* PLAN TO SELL PLOOM TECH SMOKELESS TOBACCO NATION-WIDE IN SEPTEMBER
** Imperial Brands shares down 2.6 percent on Thursday, touching their lowest level since August 2015
Japan Tobacco Inc <2914.T>, which is on the hunt for overseas acquisitions to offset a shrinking home market, is working on several possible deals as it targets growth in Asian and other emerging markets, its new chief executive said on Wednesday.
* Says it is in deal to acquire 30.95 percent stake in an Ethiopia-based tobacco firm National Tobacco Enterprise Share Company (NET), for $434.1 million, on Dec. 21
* TO ACQUIRE ADDITIONAL 30 PERCENT STAKE IN ETHIOPIA'S NATIONAL TOBACCO ENTERPRISE SHARE COMPANY FOR 434 MILLION DOLLARS FROM ETHIOPIAN GOVERNMENT
* GROUP'S MAXIMUM CREDIT EXPOSURE TO PALMER & HARVEY IS 148 MILLION POUNDS
* JAPAN TOBACCO INTERNATIONAL SAYS HAS "WORKED CONTINUOUSLY" TO FACILITATE A CONSTRUCTIVE SOLUTION TO PALMER & HARVEY'S CHALLENGES INCLUDING EXTENDING SIGNIFICANT FINANCIAL AND OPERATIONAL SUPPORT
Japan Tobacco Inc <2914.T> sparked takeover speculation on Tuesday by naming a new chief executive who wants the world's third-largest international tobacco maker to do more overseas acquisitions to offset falling cigarette sales at home.
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