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TOBACCO REPORTER

Date: Dec 1984
Length: 74 pages
TI56306107-TI56306180
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Abstract

Light leaf supply outstrips demand ................ 34 Automated cigarette packaging ................... 38 Competition in the mature cigarette markets ........

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Named Person
Barbour, Laura
Barnes, Harris
Bean, Daryl
Beek, Van
Boden, Richard M.
Brand, Peter
Brinkmann, Martin (Founder of Martin Brinkmann AG, Hamburg, Germany)
Burns, Terry
Campbell, W. John
Cleveland, Grover
Court, James
Cutter, Eli
Dibrell, Louis N., III
Dibrell, Louis N., Jr.
Feldstein, Martin
Fuente, Arturo
Gooch, Peggy
Green, Charles Raymond, Ph.D. (RJR Chemical Div. 1969, Principal Scientist RJR 1989, Sr. Pr)
1993
Hall, Del R.
Heath, Mike
Hertz, Alfred N.
Holloway, Peter E.
Howell, Denis
Keesee, T. Baxter
Laurence, Michel
Lewis, Jr., Lincoln R.
Director Established
Long, Gerald H. (RJR Director, 1979-88; President '82-86)
Chief Operating Officer of RJ Reynolds, 1982-83, CEO of RJR 1984-86, served on Tobacco Institute Executive Committee, 1984-87. Replaced Ed Horrigan as president of RJR's domestic tobacco business.
Matlick, Dayton
McCafferty, Bonnie L. (BW Group Product Director)
Group Product Director - New
Moreno, Federico
Odom, Horace L.
Park, W. Irving
Perry, Jeannette
Pugh, Charles
Ramos, Rose
Scott, J. Marlin, Jr.
Sharp, Norman F.
Shelton, Anne
Stone, Mark
Thatcher, Richard E.
Tweedy, Colin
Vaughan, George Franklin, Jr.
Vaughan, Mary Frazer
Wallace, John M. (RJR Marketing Research Dept.)
Ward, Elise
Ward, Michael J.
Waterson, Mike
Wilson, Robin
Named Organization
Agriculture Department (USDA)
American Brands
American Tobacco Company
B.A.T. Industries PLC (BAT)
British American Tobacco Industry, parent company of Brown & Williamson Tobacco Co. in the U.S.
British Medical Association
British-American Tobacco Co Ltd (British-American Tobacco Co. Ltd.)
British-American Tobacco Company Limited was a operating group under B.A.T. Industries P.L.C. in 1985.
British-American Tobacco Company (Hong Kong) Ltd. (British-American Tobacco Company (Hong Kong) Ltd.)
Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation (B&W)
Subsidiary of BAT U.S., located in Louisville, KY.
Cigar Association of America
Commodity Credit Corporation (Lender to tobacco farmers, part of U.S. Dept. of Agriculture)
Lends money to tobacco farmers cooperatives, is part of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.
Coresta (Industry-affiliated Int'l scientific/research group)
An international organization whose objective is "to improve cooperation in scientific research and tobacco." Consists of 186 member companies/institute from 54 countries, including tobacco, paper and filter companies, and universities engaged in tobacco research.
Eastman Chemical Co. (Produces material for cigarette filters)
Produces material for cigarette filters
EEC (European Economic Community)
European Economic Community
European Community
Export Leaf Tobacco Co. (Purchases, processes and stores U.S. tobaccos.)
Purchases, processes and stores U.S. tobaccos.
Federal Maritime Commission
Filtrona (Manufacutre Reynold's Filters)
Foreign Agricultural Service
Free Choice Inc.
H.B. Fuller Co.
Harvard University
Hercules
House of Representatives
Hyatt Regency
Imasco Ltd. (Canada) (Tobacco, fast-food retailing co. in Canada)
A tobacco, fast food and retailing company in Montreal, Canada. The leading Canadian tobaco company in 1994.
Imperial Group Limited (Has a 1982 patent on an alternative nicotine delivery system)
Has a 1982 patent on an alternative nicotine delivery system
Imperial Tobacco Co. (Determined optimum nicotine levels for cigarettes)
Did testing pre-1972? of U.K. smokers and concluded that the optimum nicotine delivery for the cigarette, and that stepwise reductions in delivery caused progressive rejection by consumers (see Project Wheat)
Institute for the Study of Smoking Behavior and Policy
International Flavors & Fragrances Inc.
Japan Tobacco Inc. (Japanese gov't -owned tobacco company)
Japanese government -owned tobacco company, until 1994.
Martin Brinkmann AG (in Germany)
Microbiological Associates (Research lab in Bethesda, MD)
Research lab in Bethesda, MD. CTR contracted with this lab to do the world's largest inhalation study, involving more than 10,000 mice in 1973-1982.
Mitsui (JTI personnel assigned to deal with the Yakuza)
JTI personnel assigned to deal with the Yakuza
Occupational Health and Safety (periodical)
Philip Morris & Co. Ltd. (Cigarette manufacturer, incorporated in U.S. in 1902)
Philip Morris & Co. Ltd.., was incorporated in New York in April of 1902; half the shares were held by the parent company in London, and the balance by its U.S. distributor and his American associate. Its overall sales in 1903, its first full year of U.S. operation, were a modest seven million cigarettes. Among the brand offered, besides Philip Morris, were Blues, Cambridge, Derby, and a ladies favorite name for the London street where the home companies factory was located - Marlborough.
Philip Morris Companies Inc. (Parent company of Philip Morris USA, Kraft, Miller)
America's seventh-largest industrial enterprise in 1993, owns Kraft, Miller Brewing, General Foods, and more.
Philip Morris Europe SA
Philip Morris Incorporated (Philip Morris U.S.A.) (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Philip Morris Co., Inc.)
A wholly-owned subsidiary of Philip Morris Co., Inc.
Philip Morris International Inc. (A subsidiary of Philip Morris Cos (1994))
A wholly-owned subsidiary of Philip Morris Companies in 1994
Philip Morris U.S.A. (See Philip Morris Incorporated)
See Philip Morris Incorporated
PMI (See Philip Morris Inc.)
See Philip Morris Inc.
Point of Purchase Advertising Institute (Trade institute)
R.J. Reynolds Corporation (second tier subsidiary of RJR Industries)
R.J. Reynolds Industries, Inc.
R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. (Cigarette manufacturer (Camel, Winston, Doral))
Cigarette manufacturer (Camel, Winston, Doral)
Ruder & Finn (A PR firm that worked with Philip Morris.)
A Public Relations Firm that worked with Philip Morris.
Standard Commercial (Leaf buyer)
Swedish Tobacco
TAN (Tobacco Action Network)
Organization created by the tobacco industry to galvanize "grass roots" political action from among those who work in some capacity for the tobacco industry: growers, manufacturers, retailers of cigarettes, etc.
Tobacco Action Network
Purpose was to encourage people in the tobacco industry, as well as any others who were concerned about what was happening to the tobacco industry regarding the misinformation that was being put out by government and by the private health organizations, to write and try to correct the incorrect information that was disseminated by HEW and others in the government, as well as the Cancer Society and Lung Association.
Tobacco Advisory Council (TAC) (Tobacco lobbying group in U.K.)
Association of UK cigarette manufacturers
Tobacco Chemists Research Conference (Formerly known as the Tobacco Science Research Conference)
Tobacco Exporters
Tobacco Institute (Industry Trade Association)
The purpose of the Institute was to defeat legislation unfavorable to the industry, put a positive spin on the tobacco industry, bolster the industry's credibility with legislators and the public, and help maintain the controversy over "the primary issue" (the health issue).
Tobacco International
Toronto Star
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Thesaurus Term
Trade Associations
Publications
Tobacco Industry

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Plu~pme~. Feb. p 24. MW p 42; Aug. p42; Sept. p 56; Nov. p 50 Poland. Feb. p 26; Oct. p 62 Romania, Feb. p 26 Spain, Feb. p 26; May p 22: Sept. pp 56. 60: Nov. p 5(] Switzerland, July p 36; Sept. p 58; Nov. p 50 Thailand. May p 42; July p 2t: SepL p 58; Nov. pbO Turkey, May p 32; Sept. p 58; Nov. p 50 United Kiegdom, Feb. pp 36. 38; May p 46: July p 25; Sept. pp 28. 31.32. 58; Nov, p 50 U~itsd Sta~es. Jan. p 50; Fe~. p 24; Mar. p 6~; April p 46; June p 54; July p 30; Aug. p 30; Sept. pp 34, 58, 64. 66, Nov. p 50; p 34 USSR. May p 42; Sept. p 58 West Germany, Sept. ep 39. 60: Nov. p 50: Dec. p 28 Yugoslavia, Sept. p 60; Nov. p 50 ~, June p 32. 36; Sept. p 42; Hey. p 50; Dec, p 34 Tobacco products sates & marketing, cigaretles Advertbing retractions (OK), Feb. p 38 Duty.free sales (UK), ,Sept. p 31 European sales trends, July p 32 Maxwell Report (US), Jan. p 50 Wodd consumption report, Apn] p 52 Wodd production report. Sept. p 52 Cigars UK sales & marketing trends. May p 46; Nov. p34 US sales & marketzng trends, Nov. pp 38, 40 Maxwell Report (US), Sept. p 64 Smokeless tobaccos Maxwell Report (US), Sept. p 66 S~ market tre~ds (9,S), Juiy p 30 Snuff markets (UK), July p 25 Transpodation African shipping s~atJon, Sept. p 42 European ports. Sept. p 39 intermudal ports (US). Sept p 35 New shipping legislation (US), Sept. p 34 Trucking (UK}. Sept p 32 Tobacco support & promotion To~a~o Alliance (UK), Feb p 36 TR's industry relerence charts Interconnecting Interests of Major Tobacco Manufacturers (16th edition), Ap~'~ pp 73 + Interconnecbng Interests of M~jor International Leaf Merchants (First Edition), Oct. pp 67 + DEPARTMENTS AccuRay Financial report, Jan. p 63; Apd] p 104; June p 80; Sept. p ~ Algeria TobacOo support/promotion, Nov. p 8 American Brands,, Inc. Financial report, Nov. p 62 Anti-smokingladverlisieg bans Argentlna, Oct. p 20 Australia, April p 12; May p 10: July p 8; Sept. p 10; Dec. p 12 Canada, Mar. p 8; Aug. p 10, 12; Sept. p 10; Nov. p 6; Dec p 12 Canadian Tobacco Manufacturers' Council, Mar. p 8 China, April p 12; July p 8 East Germany, Jan. p 16 Hung Kong, Nov. p 14 Iceland, Sept. p 16 Ireland, June p 22 Israel, April p 20 Mexico, May p 8; Sept. p 10 Nicotine gum, Mar. p 23 Norway, Aug. p 15 Scotland, Jan. p 26 United Kingdom. Jan. p 28; May p 8; Sept. p 20; Nov, p 6: Dec. p 21 United States, May p 8; June p 10; Aug. p 10, 24; Nov. pp 6, 22 Uruguay, April p 34 Argentina Anti-smokh~g/~ertising bans, Oct. p 20 Leaf production, April p 14; Sept. p 10 Leaf trade, Sept. p 10 T~ation/tariffs, May p 10 Association a~tivities International Ro~-cured Tobasco Growers Assoc., Jan. p 12 Canagrex (Canada), MaL p 14 Corests, Jan. p 12; Feb. p 12 United Sta~es, Feb. p 21 Atlantic Conlainer Unes Tr=~, Australia ~ti-smoldng/zdvertid~g bans. April p 12; May p 10; July p 8; S~. p 10: Dec p 12 Government purity, April p 14; Oec. p 12 Leaf production, Apdl p 14 Austria Company activities, Nov. p 8 Leaf trade. Sept. p 10 Product consumption/price, Jan. p 8; Nov. p 8 Austria Tabak Financial repot1, Mar. p 68 Azores Leaf production, Jan. p 12 Product trade, Jan. p 12 Badische Tabakmanufaktur Financial re~ort, Aug. p 74 B.A.T Induslries Company activities, Feb. p 10; Mar. p 12; June p 12; Aug. p 18 Financial report, June p 80 A.L. van Beek Financial report, Aug. p 74 Benton & Hedges Financial report, June p 80 Brand introductions Arturo Fuente, May p 51 Belvedere Lights (Benson & Hedges), April p 86 Borkum. Rift Ultra Light (Swedish Tobacco Co.), Aug. p 64 Camel (RJR Int'l Turkey), July p 48 Camel Milds (RJR Int'l Austraba), Feb. p 46 Carlton Slims lOOt (American Tobacco), July p 6; Nov. p 6 Cartier King Size (Rotbmans). July p 48 Castella Grenville (Wills), Nov. p 56 C~ntu~' lOOs (R.J. Reynolds), Feb. p 46 Changle (China), Oct. p 12 Chatesu Yquem (OavidofO. Oct. p 10 Craven A (Carreras Ro~hmans), Mar. p 70 Odm~e Ultra Lights (Benso~ & Hedges). Sept p78 ~ (Tat~acaer~. J~' p 6 Dotal (FUR Tobacco), Jur~ p 64 Dcx'du~,u (R JR Int'l}. M~. p 70 Dural Ruined ~ (C~reras Ro~rr~ns). Ounhil[ Mild Blend (Carreras Rothmans), April p88 Ounhill Mild Aromatic (Carreras Rothmans), April p 88 Eli Cutter (Brown & Wtl[iamson), Nov. p 6 Favor (Advance Tobacco Products), Mar. p 22 Gauloises blonds (Suite), June p 64 Genetic (Brown & Williamson), July p 6 John Player Speci~d Lights (United TobB, cco Co,), Feb. p 46 Kent Ill Oeluxe lO0's Ultra Lights (Amedcan Tobacco), Nov. p 6 King Size (V~ctofia Wine Co.), Jan. p 56 Lambert & Butler Special Mild (Imperial Tobacco), June p 64 Lucky Strike L=ghts (Tabacalera/Spain), Sept. p8 Lucky Strikes (American Tobacco Co), April p 12 Manhattan King Size Filter (Sarhad), April p 84 Mar~ooro Red (Phibp Morris), July p 6 Marlboro Lights (Philip Morris), July p 6 Marlboro 25 (Philip Morris), Nov. p 56 Monte Carlo (Oubek Ltd.), Aug. p 66; Nov. p 16 More Lights lOOs (R.J. Reynolds), Sept. p 76 Passport (House of Craven), Aug. p 64 Raffles (Philip Morris), Mar. p 70 Ronson (Ronson Tobacco UK Ltd.), Mar. p 72 Rothmans Extra Light lO0's (Ruthmans of Pall Mall), July p 48 Rothmans Special Mild lO0's (Rothmans of Pall Mall), July p 48 Rothmans Special Mild lO0's Menthol (Rothmans of Pall Mall), July p 48 Royal Crown Lights (Tabacalera]Spain), Sept. p8 Silk Cut, (Gstiaher) July p 6 Skoal Long Cut (U.S. Tobacco), Oct. p 74; Nov. p 6 Sky (Philip Mor~), Sept. p 78 Sportsman Natur~J Light (Roc~ City Tobacco Co.), Sept. p 7S St~lg (R.J. Reynolds), Jan. p 56 Stride ~ & IWyers), July p 6: Aug. p 56 Tme (EoHllare~, July p 6 Ve~s (Va. I~t't Export). Jan p 56 w~i= ~ o~= ~ Means]. Ju~ p S Wo,'t (The Pa.try Stores). ~. p ~ Ti56306170
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Zinc Mouton-Cadet (Zinc Davidoff), Feb. p 46 Zhong~anhi (China), Oct. p 12 Brazil Company activities, June p 12 Leaf production, April p 16; May p 8: Sept. p 8 Leal trade, Ja~. p 12 Market/sales report. Ju~y p 6 Product cor~sumption/price, Jan. p 12. Mar. p 12 Brown & Williamson Anti.smofin~/advertising bans. Feb. p 10 Product trade. Nov o 6 Burma Leaf production. Oct p 12 Canada Anti.smoking/advertising bans. Mar. p 8; Aug. p 10, 12; Sept. p 10; Nov. p 6; Oec. p 12 Association activities, Mar. p 14 Company activities, May p 10; Sept. p 12 Government policy, Oct. p 10; Nov. p 8 Leaf trade, Jan. p B Product consumption/pnce, June p 12: Oct. p 12 Taxation/tariffs, Feb. p 12; May p 8: Aug. p 10, 12 Canadian Tobacco Manufacturers' Council Anti-smoking/advertising bans, Mar. p 8 Carerra$ Rothmans Product consumption/price, Feb. p 10 Caribbean Basin Initiative Government policy, Jan. p 8 Chile Leaf production, Aug. p 12 Product consumptian/price. Sept. p 12 Product trade, Sept. p 12 China Anti-smokino/advertising bans, April p 12: July p8 Company activities, Aug. p 24; Nov, p 6 Government policy, Jan. p 8 Company activities Austria, Nov. p 8 B,A.T, Feb. p 10; Mar p 12; June p 12; Aug. p 18; Nov. p 6 Brazil, June p 12 Brown & Williamson, Feb. p 10; Nov. p 6 Canada. May.p 10; Sept. p 12 China, August p 10: p 24 European Community, May p 10 Gallaher, May p 10 Hellenic Lines Ltd., Jan. p 8 Imasco Ltd., Mar. p 14: June p 14 Imperial, May p 20 Jas I. Miller Tobacco, July p 6 Lorillard, Mar. p 26 Molins, April p 12 Philip Morris Inc.. Jan. p 8; Mar. p 12: April p 122; June p 12: Aug. p 24: Sept p 8 Philip Morris U.S.A. Mar. p 26 Pl~lippines, April p 24: Nov. p 17 Poland, April p 27 F~tsma. Feb. p 13 R.J Rey~tokJs. Ind,~tnes. May p 20: Nov. p 6 R J Rey~ls Tol~cco Co.. Mar. p 26: ~ p 10 R J. ~ Tobacco Interrm~a]. Inc. ,kdypB;Oec p~ United I£~jdom. Ja~. p 28; Mar. p 22; May p 2~. Mug. p 20: Nov. p 22 U.S Tobacco, Mug. p 24 United States, Feb. p 20; May p 20; July p 20; Sept. p 21.24; Nov. p 22 USSR. Feb p 20; April p 12 Umve~sal Leaf Company. Oct. p 10 Yugosla~a. June p 30 Conwood Corporation Financial report April p 104; Nov. p 62 Coresta Association activities. Jan p 12: Feb p 12 Culbro Financial report. Mar. p 68, Nov p 62 Czechoslovakia Leaf production. Jan. p 13 Leaf trade, Jan p 13 Product consumption/price, Feb. p 13; Nov. p 12 Product trade, Nov. p 12 Dominican Republic Product consumption/price, July p 9 Dunhill Holdings Financial report. Aug. p 74 East Germany Anti-smoking/advertising bans, Jan. p 16 Product consumption/price, Jan. p 16; June p 14 Ecuador Product consumption/price. June p 17 Egypt Farreli Lines, Mar. p 20 Leaf trade. Aprd p 16 Product trade, July p 6; Sept. p 14 El Salvador Leaf production, Sept p 14 European Economic Community Company activities, May p 10 Farm programs/price supports, Mar p 14; Nov. p 12 Government policy, Jan. p 8; April p 12: May p 8; June p 10, 14 Taxation/tariffs, Mar. p 14 Farm programs/price supports European Economic Community, Mar. p 14; Nov. p 12 New Zealand, Jan. p 23 Philippines, Jan. p 26; Sept. p 18: Oct. p 18 United States, Mar p 26; May p 20; June p 30; July p 20; August n 10 Farrell Lines Transportation. Mar. p 20 Financial reports AccuRay, Jan. p 63: April p 104; June p 80; Sept, p 82 American Brands, Nov. p 6 AusMa Tabak. Mar. p 68 Badische Tabakm~nufaktur, Aug. n 74 B.A~T Industries. June p 80 A.L van Book. Aug n 74 Benson & Heoges (Canada) June p 80 Co~. Apri~ p 104~ Nov p 62 F_,~.~o. Mar. p 68: ~ov p 62 D~,,~h~ Hok~in~s. Aug. p 74 Galtaher L~I.. April p 104 lmasco Mar p68 Sept p82 Imperial Group. set p 82 North Camrma Po~s. April p 104; June p Sept. p IH Philip Morris Inc., Jan. p 63; Mar. p 68; June p 80; Sept. p 84; Nov. p 62 Port of Hamburg. Aug. p 76 R J Reynolds Industries. Jan. p 63; April 104; June p 84: Sept. p 82: Nov. p 62 Standard Commercial, April p 105: Aug. p 78 U.S. Tobacco. Nov p 62 Virginia Port Authority. Mar p 68, June p 84 Finland Leaf trade, June p 20 Product consumpt=onlprice June p 20 France Leaf production. Jan. p 16: Dec p 12 Government po.licy Australia. April p 14: Oec. p 12 Canada. Oct. p 10; Nov. p 8 Caribbean Basin Initiative, Jan. p 8 China, Jan. p 8 European Economic Community. Jan. I) 8: April p 12; May p 8: June p 10. 14 Greece, Aprd p 18; July p 10 Indonesia. Mar. p 18 Iron, July p 10 Italy, Apri~ p 20 Japan, May p 15 Malawi, Oct. p 13 Malaysia. Oct. p 13; Nov. p 6 Philippines, Feb. p 10; April p 26; Sept p 20 Saudi Arabia, Feb p 20; April p 12 South Korea, June p 10 Switzerland, July ~ 16 Turkey, May p 18 United Kingdom, Aug. p 20, 22 United States, Mar. p 26; April p 12: June p 10, 28. July p 20: Sept p 22. 26; Oct. p 10: Nov p 6. Dec p 24 Greece Company activities. Jan p 8: Government policy. April p 18 Hellenic Lines Ltd. Jan. p 8 Leaf production. Feb. p 14: Sept. p 8; Oct. p 12 Taxation/tariffs July p 10 Guatemala Leaf production. Sept p 16 Product consumption/price, Sept, p 16 Hong Kong Anti-smoking/advertising bans Nov. p 14 Product consumption/price. Aug p 12 Hungary Leaf trade, Feb. p 14 Product consumptionlpnce. Feb p 14 Product trade, Feb p 14 Iceland Anti-smoking/advertising bans. Sept. p 16 Imasco Ltd Company acSv~bes, Mar. p 14; June p 14 Financial report, Mar. p 68. Aug. p 78: Sept. p 82 Imperial Tobacco Product consumpiton/pnce. Feb D 10 F~=~c~ report, Sept p 82 Iodia Leal pmducbon. 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Government policy, Mar. p t8 Leaf production, June p 20; Dec. p 16 Leaf ~de, June p 20 Market,~ales report, N~. p 14 Product consumplion/price, Jan. p 20; June p 20 International Flue-cured Tobacco Growers Actoclation Association activi~es, Jan. p 12 Iran Government policy, July p 10 Iraq Product ~ade, July p 6 Ireland Anti-smoking/advertising bans, June p 22 Leaf trade. June p 20 Product consumption/price, May p 12; June p 2O Product trade, June p 20 Israel Anti-smoking/odver~sing bans, April p 20 Itqly Government po~y, April p 20 Leaf production, Aug. p 14; Sept. p 8 Jamaica Leaf production, June p 22 Product trade, June p 22 Tobacco supportJpromo~n, July p 10 Jas. I. Miller Tobacco Company activit~es, Juty p 6 Japan Government poticy, May p 15; Sept. p 8 Leaf production, Oct. p 13; Dec. p 16 Product consumption/price, May p 12; June p 10; Nov. p 16 Product trade, May p 12; Nov. pp 6, 16 Kenya Leaf trade, Aug. p 14 Korea Government policy, May p 10 Leaf production, June p 24; Sept. p 8 Leaf trade, April p 20 Market/ssles report, Mar. p 18 Product Wade, June p 24 Kuwait Taxation/tariffs, April p 12 Leaf production Argentina, April p 14; Sept, p 10 Australia, April p 14 Azores, Jan. p 12 Brazil, Apdl p 16; May p 8; Sept. p 8 Burma, Oct. p 12 Chile, Aug. p 12 Czechoslovakia, Jan. p 13 El Salvador, Sept. p 14 France. Jan. p 16; Dec. p 12 Greece, Feb. p 14; Sept. p 8; Oct. p 12 Guatemala, Sept. p 16 I~ia, Jan. p 20; Mar. p B; April p 12, 18; Sept. p 8 lodonesi~ June p 20: Dec. 16 Itaiy, Aug. p 14; Sept. p 8 ,P~,~ca, ,kme p 22 Jal:~q. Oct. p 12; Dec. p 16 Kore¢ June p 22; S~=pt p8 MalaY, Apt] p 14; Sel~ p18 Mcxi~, Mar. p 8; Apn'l p 24 Hew Zeabed, Ja~. p 23 Nicaragua, ~ p ~ ~g~, F~. p 15 Pa~, Feb. p ~8; Ap~l p 24 P~a~, S~t. p 18 Pz~y, Mty p 16; June p 28 PhBp~fles, April p 26; ~pt. p 18; Oec. p 20 Polar, Jan. p 26; Dec. p 20 Po~gal, Ju~ p 12 South Af~a, Apr~ p ~ Spain, Ju~ p 6; Dec. p 21 S~dand, Oct. p 20 Taiwan, April p ~ Tanzania, Aped p ~; May p 15 Th~da~, Ap~l p ~ Tu~ey, Nov. p 18 USSR, Mar. p 6 United S~tes, Feb. p. 21; Apfit p 126; Sept. pZ2 Wor~, Feb. p 12 Yugoslavia, Mar. p 29; Aug. p 24; Dec. p 26 Zimba~e, Feb. p 21; Mar. p ~; Ap~I p 130 Leaf trade Argenl~na, Sept. p 10 Austria, Sept. p 10 Brazil, Jan. p 12; April p 16 C~ada, Jan. p 8 Czechoslovakia, Jan. p 13 Egypt, April p 16 Finland, June p 20 Hungsry, Feb. p 14 Indonesia, June p 20 Ireland, June p 20 Kenya, Aug. p 14 Korea, April p 20 Nicaragua, June p 26 Pakistan, April p 24 Philippines, April p 27; May p 16; July p 11; Oct. p 16 Portugal, July p 12 South Africa, Oct. p 20 Taiwan, April p 36 Thailand, April p 36 Turkey, April p 122 United States, Jan. p 8; Mar. p 8; June p Oct. p 27; Dec. p 22 USSR, Mar. p 28; April p 125 Yugoslavia, Nov. p 6 Lorillard Company activities, Mar. p 26 Malaysi~ Government policy, Nov. p 6 Tax~tlonltarlffs, Feb. p 15 Malawi Government policy, Nov. p 13 Leaf production, April p 14; Sept. p 18 Mad(at]sales report, Jan. p 23; Mar. p 20; Nov. p 17 Markel/~lles report Brazil, July p 6 india, Jan. p 20; April p 18 k,,domsia, Nov. p 14 Korea. Mar. p 18 Malawi, Jan. p 23; Mar. p 20; Nov. p 17 P~p~s. Sept. p 8 ~ sta~es, Jan. p 8: Sept. p 26: OCL p 10 Zimbabwe. Jan+ p 28: .a~g. p 26; Sept p 26: Oct p 10: Nov. p 24 Mexice Anti-smoking/advertising bans, May p 8; Sept. p 10 Leaf produc~n, Mar. p 8; Apdi p 24 Mit~ul & Co. Transportatiorh A~J. p 18 Molins Company activities, April p 12; Oec. p 20 Netherlands Taxation/tsriffs, May p 15 New Zealand Farm programs/prioe supports, Jan. p 23 Leaf production, Jan. p 23 Nicaragua Leaf production, June p 25 Leaf trade, June p 26 Product trade, June p 26 Nico~tlnp gum Antt+smoldng/advertising bans, Mar. p 23 N!geria Leaf production, Feb. p 15 Product consumpBon/price, Feb. p 15 Taxatton/tadffs, Aug. p 14 Nodh Carolina Port Authority Financial report, April p 104; June p 84; Sept. p 84 Noway A~ti-smoking/~lvertising bans, Aug. p 15 Product consumption/price, Oct. p 16 Pakistan Leaf production, Feb. p 18; April p 24 Leaf Wade, April p 24 Panama Leaf production, Sept. p 18 Paraguay Leaf production, May p 16; June p 28 Phi!}p Morris Inc. Company activities, Jan. p 8; Mar. p 12; April p 122; June p 12, Aug. p 24; Sept. p 8 Financial reporl, Jan. p 62; Mar. p 68; June p 80; Sept. p 84; Nov. p 62 Philip Morris U.S.A. Company acSvities, Mar. p 26 philippines Assoc]ation activities, Jan. p 26 Company acti~itiea, Apri{ p 24; Nov. p 17 Farm programs/price supports, Sept, p 18; Oct. p 16: Nov. p 6 Government policy, Feb. p 10; Apr~ p 26; Sept. p 20 Leaf production, April p 26; Sept. p 16 Leaf trade, Ap~ p 27; May p 16; July p 11; Oct. p 16 MarkeUsales report, Sept. p 8 Taxation/tariffs, Feb. p 18; Oct, p 18 Transportation, July p 6 Peland Company acWities, April p 26 Leaf production. Jan. p 26: Dec. p 20 Pelt of Hamburg Finanda] report. Aug. p 76 Trze.sportalien, J-Jej p 14; Aug. p ZO; SeCt. p 2O. Oct. p 24 Podugal Leaf production. July p 12 TI56306174
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Lezf trade, July p 12 Product conzumptionlpdce Algeria, Nov. p 8 Au~stria, Jan. p 8; Nov. p 8 Brazil, Jan. p 12; Mar. p 12 Burma, Oct. p 12 Canada, June p 12 Chile, Sept. p 12 Czechoslovakia, Feb. p 13; Nov. p 12 Dominican Republic, July p 9 East Germany, Jan. p 16; June p 14 Ecuador, June p 17 Finland, June p 20 Guatemala, ,Sept. p 16 Hong Kong, Aug. p 12; Dec. p 12 Hungary, Feb. p 14 Indonesia, Jan. p 20; June p 20 Ireland, May p 12; June p 20 Japan, May p t2; June p 10; Nov. p 16 Nigeda, Feb. p 15 Norway, Oct. p 16 Paraguay, June p 28 Spain, Apdl p 34 Switzedand, Oct, p 20 USSR, Mar. p 28; Aug. p 22 United Kingdom, Feb. p 10; July p 6, 16; Oct. p26 United States, Mar p 8; May p 8; June p 10; July p 20; Sept. p 8, 24 West Germany, Jan. p 16; Feb. p 13; April p 18; June p 20 Product trade Azores, Jan. p 12 Czechoslovakia, Nov. p 12 Chile, Sept. p 12 Egypt, July p 6; Sept. p 14 Hungary, Feb. p 14 Iraq, July p 6 ireland, June p 20 Jamaica, June p 22 Japan, May p 12; Nov. p 16 Korea, June p 24 Nicaragua, June p 26 Sudan, Nov. p 17 Turkey, May p 18; July p 14 United States, Feb. p 10; Mar. p 8; Oct. p 27 Ree.mts.ma Company activities, Feb. p 13 R.J. Reynolda Industrlea Financial report, Jan. p 62; April p 104; June p 84; Sept. p 82; Nov. p 62 R.J. Reynolda Tobaoco Co. Company activities, Mar. p 26 Tobacco support/promotion, Mar. p 29 R.J. Reynolds Toba©co International, Inc. Company Activities, July p 8; Dec. p 22 Saudi Arabia Government policy, Feb. p 20; April p 12 Scotland ,tmtJ-smoking/advertising bans, Jan. p 26 Sea-Land Tra~spm~en, Apdl p 38 South Africa Leaf ~oductio~, .Atxil p 30 Leaf trade. Oct. p '~0 Souza Cruz Co~ act~, Sept. p 21 Spain Leaf production, July p 6; Dec. p 21 Product consumption/price, April p 34 Standard Commercial Financial report, April p 105; Aug. p 78 Sudan Product trade, Nov. p 17 Sweden Tzxation/tariffs, April p 34 Switzerland Government policy. July p 16 Leaf production, Oct. p 20 Product consumption/price, OcL p 20 Taiwan Leaf production, April p 34 Leaf trade, Apdl p 36 Tanzania Leaf production, April p 36; May p 16 Taxation/tariffs Argentina, May p 10 Canada, Feb. p 12; May p 8; Aug. p 10, 12 European Economic Community, Mar. p 14. July p 6 Greece, Ju|y p 10 Kuwait, April p 12 Malaysia, Feb. p 15 Nethedands, May p 15 Nigeria, Aug. p 14 Philippines, Feb. p 18; Oct. p 18: Dec. p 20 Sweden, April p 34 Turkey, June p 10: July p 14 Uganda, Sept. p 8 United Kingdom, Feb. p 20; May p 10 United States, Oct. p. 10; Nov. p 22 West Germany, May p 8 Thailand Leaf production, April p 36 Leaf trade, April p 36 The Tobacco Institute Tobacco support]promotion, Nov. p 8 Tobacco support/promotion Jamaica, July p 10 R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Mar. p 28 The Tobacco Institute, Nov. p 8 United Kingdom, April p 125 United States, Nov. p 22 Transportation Atlantic Container Lines, Oct. p 26 Farrell Lines, Mar. p 20 Hellenic Lines Ltd., Jan. p 8 Mitsui, Aug. p 18 North Carolina Port Authority, Oct. p 26 Philippines, July p. 6 Port of Hamburg, July p 14; Aug. p 20; Sept. p 2O; Oct. p 24 Sea-Land, April p 36 U.S. Federal Maritime CommLssion, July p 6 Virginia Port Authonty, April p 122; Aug. p 18: Sept. p 20; Oct. p 24, 25 Turkey Government policy, May p 18 Leaf ltade, April p 122 Leaf production, Nov. p 18 Product trade, May p 18: July p 14 TaxadoWta~, June p 10; July p 14 USSR Cor~ activi'~es. Feb p 20; Al~il p 12 L~f production, Mar. p 8; Ape] p 125 Leaf trade. Mar. p 28; Aug. p 22 Product consumption/price, Mar. p 28 Uganda Taxation/tariffs, SepL p 8 United Kingdom Anti-smoking/advertising bans, Jan. p 28; May p 8; Sept. p 20; Nov. p 6; Dec. p 21 Company activities, Mar. p t2, 22; Aug. p 20; Nov. p 22 Government policy, Aug. p 20. 22 Pm(luct consumption/price. June p 6; July p 16; Oct. p 26 Taxation/tariffs. Feb. p 20; May p 10 Tobacco support/promotion, April p 125 United States Anti-Smoking/advertising bans, May p 8; June p "10: Aug. p 10, 24; Nov. pp 6, 22 Assoc~ation activities, Feb. p 2t Company activities, Jan. p 28; Feb. p 20; May p 20; July p 20; Aug. p 24; Sept. p 20, 24; Nov. p 22; Dec. p 21 Farm programs/price supports, Mar. p 26; May p 20; June p 30; July p 20; August p 10 Government policy, Mar. p 26; Aprit p 12; June p 10, 28; July p 20; Sept. pp 22, 26; Oct. p 10; Nov. p 6; Oec. p 24 Leaf production. April p 126 Leaf trade, Jan. p 8; Mar. p 8; June p 12; Oct. p 27; Dec. p 22 Market/sales report, Jan. p 8; Sept. p 22, 26; Oct. p 10 Product consumption/price, Mar. p 8; May p 8; June p 10; July p 20, Sept. pp 8, 24 Product trade, Feb. p 10; Mar. p 8; Oct, p 27 Taxation/tariffs, Oct. p 10; Nov. p 22 Tobacco support/promotion, Nov. p 22 Universal Leaf Company Company activities, Oct. p 10 Uruguay Anti-smoking/advertising bans, Apdl p 34 U.S. Federal Maritime Commission Transportation, July p 6 U.S. Tobacco Company activities, Aug. p 24 Rnanciai report, Nov. p 62 Product trade, Feb. p 10 Virginia Port Authority Financial report, Mar. p 68; June p 84 Transportation, April p 122; Aug. p 18 Sept. p 20; Oct. p 24. 25 West Germany Product consumption/price, Jan. p 16; Feb. 12; April p 18; June p 20 Taxation/tariffs, May p 8 World Leaf production, Feb. p 12 Yugoslavia Farm programs/price supports, June p 30 Leaf ixoduct~on. Mar. p 29; Aug. p 24 Leaf trade, Nov p 6 Zimbabwe Le~ production. Feb. p 21: Msz. p 29;, Apdl p 130 Msrket/sales report. Jan. p 28: Ao9. p 26: Sept p 26: Oct. p 10; Nov. p 24 l~t 68 TF:~, 1984 TI56306176

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