tobacco industry

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Noun1.tobacco industry - an industry that manufactures and sells products containing tobaccotobacco industry - an industry that manufactures and sells products containing tobacco
industry - the people or companies engaged in a particular kind of commercial enterprise; "each industry has its own trade publications"
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through its Lorillard Tobacco Company subsidiary, is the third-largest manufacturer of cigarettes in the United States.
The tobacco company of Prilep has completed talks for strategic partnership with Philip Morris International.
Reynolds Tobacco Company and Lorillard Tobacco Company already pay the state extra fees under a 1998 lawsuit settlement in which the Texas alleged they were misleading consumers about the health repercussions of their products, and advertising to children.
In its advertisement appearing in the supplement, the tobacco company has highlighted its relief activities in the tobacco growing areas of Charsadda, Mardan, Swabi and Buner to promote its interests.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-21 February 2007-Denmark's Orlik Tobacco Company A/S acquires pipe tobacco brands from British American Tobacco(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
One thing that does not cause smuggling, contrary to tobacco company assertions, says Thompson, is price differentials.
During the same month when 46 states are crafting plans to spend their portion of the $246 billion in tobacco company restitution funds, the U.
Or suppose a foreign tobacco company wants to advertise its brand to American consumers on the Internet.
In 1996, a class action suit against the American Tobacco Company, now in the federal court in New Orleans, was launched by a world class group of product liability lawyers, led by Wendall Gautnier on behalf of Peter Castano, a smoker since age sixteen who died of lung cancer at age forty seven.
The thousands of internal reports and memos from the Brown & Williamson tobacco company gathered by Professor Stanton Glantz and his colleagues were published recently by the University of California Press in an annotated and meticulously-referenced version.
Reynolds Tobacco Company, to challenge the EPA's classification of ETS as a Group A carcinogen.

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