Global Tobacco Market Thoroughly Examined in New Cutting-Edge Euromonitor International Study

15 Nov 2012 • by Natalie Aster

Growing smoking populations in China and other large population developing markets, plus the pricing strength of international brands, have kept the global tobacco market robust in spite of falling cigarette volumes in many developed markets, exacerbated by the effects on consumers of the financial shocks of the recent years. Innovation in cigarettes and RYO have kept the market buoyant as it heads into a new era of novel nicotine delivery devices.

Euromonitor International’s global analysis “Global Tobacco Findings 2012: Tobacco in a New Era” includes on-the-ground research and analysis of the 80 leading markets (which account for over 95% of most consumer markets) with other countries modelled for world and regional totals. This report covers the global tobacco products market, of which cigarettes account for well over 90% by value.

All historic values expressed in this report are in US dollars at current prices and year-on-year exchange rates. All forecast financial data are in US dollars at constant prices and fixed exchange rates, unless otherwise stated.

Report Details:

Global Tobacco Findings 2012: Tobacco in a New Era
Published: October, 2012
Pages: 59
Price: US$ 2.000,00

The definition of cigarettes for the purposes of this study is duty-paid, machine manufactured white-stick products excluding non-machine manufactured products such as bidis/beedis (India), kreteks (Indonesia), papirosy (Russia) etc (NB machine manufactured kreteks in Indonesia are included.) Duty-free sales are excluded from retail sales, as are herbal (non-tobacco) cigarettes.

Illicit cigarettes are defined as non-duty paid cigarettes (includes smuggled and counterfeit/fake products combined).

More information can be found in the report “Global Tobacco Findings 2012: Tobacco in a New Era” by Euromonitor International.

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