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In 2018, new tobacco products continued the momentum of rapid growth. It is expected that by 2020, sales will surpass tobacco and cigars and become the second largest category of tobacco products after cigarettes. Therefore, major tobacco companies have further increased the research and development and promotion of new tobacco products. At the same time, the supervision of new tobacco products in various countries has become increasingly strict. It is expected that development and risks will accompany the 2018 process of new tobacco products. Imperial Brands Launches New Tobacco Products in Europe As more and more consumers turn to consume new tobacco products, in order to develop new tobacco products business, Imperial Brands (formerly known as Imperial Tobacco) acquired an Austrian vapour manufacturer— —VonErl, through which it has launched a new tobacco product——“Myblu”, and has been sold in the markets of some EU member states.銆€銆€The acquisition of the Empire Brand Company is part of its "Next Generation Products" strategy, which includes e-cigarette products, vaping products, and heated tobacco products. Empire Brands believes that the company's pursuit of innovation and improvement of new tobacco products in the acquisition process is the core content of the company's brand development. Japan Tobacco will expand sales of "Ploom TECH" Recently, Japan Tobacco announced that it will expand its new heat-not-burn tobacco product "Ploom TECH" in the domestic sales area from March 2018. At present, Japan Tobacco will "Ploom TECH" ; The sales area has expanded to approximately 550 tobacco retail stores in Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Osaka, Fukuoka and other places. In these retail stores, consumers can buy "Ploom TECH" and supporting tobacco capsules.銆€銆€By April 2018, Japan Tobacco plans to promote "Ploom TECH" to approximately 1,100 tobacco retail stores and 26,000 convenience stores in Japan.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 acquisition of a smokeless tobacco manufacturer銆€銆€Swedish Match plans to acquire a Danish smokeless tobacco manufacturer called House of Oliver Twist (HoOT). HoOT is a privately-owned smokeless tobacco manufacturer with more than 200 years of development history. It is currently the oldest independent tobacco manufacturer in Denmark. It develops, produces and sells smokeless tobacco products such as chewing tobacco. Its main market is in Scandinavia. The Navia Peninsula and some other EU member states.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 head Lars · Dahlgren believes that the successful acquisition of HoOT complements Swedish Match鈥檚 smokeless tobacco product portfolio and further improves the company鈥檚 product competitiveness in the market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco will launch new tobacco products in Russia銆€銆€British American Tobacco plans to introduce heat-not-burn products in Russia鈥檚 domestic tobacco market, "Glo". British American Tobacco believes that the heat-not-burn product "Glo" will change the consumption patterns of some Russian tobacco consumers. In the future, this product will become the main brand of new tobacco products in the Russian tobacco market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco's heat-not-burn product "Glo" launched in the Russian market has a retail price of 3,500 rubles, and its heater rod retails for 130 rubles. Consumers can book online at the beginning of the market.銆€銆€Israel plans to increase taxes on new tobacco products. 銆€銆€Israel鈥檚 finance and taxation authorities plan to increase the tax rates on new tobacco products, especially heat-not-burn products, and have decided to impose the same tax rate on products such as Philip Morris International鈥檚 "iQOS" as ordinary cigarette products. However, some manufacturers of new tobacco products, including Philip Morris International, believe that the Israeli government's regulatory authorities have adopted similar regulatory and tax measures as cigarette products without fully reviewing these new tobacco products, and restrict them. It is unreasonable for smokers to obtain new tobacco products. The New Zealand court approved Philip Morris International鈥檚 sale of “iQOS” 銆€銆€ New Zealand鈥檚 Wellington High Court rejected a lawsuit against Philip Morris International, allowing the company to sell its heat-not-burn tobacco products “iQOS” in New Zealand. At present, “iQOS” There are nearly 4 million consumer groups in more than 30 countries and regions outside the United States.銆€銆€The person in charge of Philip Morris International鈥檚 New Zealand regional business believes that Philip Morris International recognizes the judgment of the Wellington High Court. However, the case also reflects the need for the government to issue regulations as soon as possible to effectively supervise new tobacco products.Market forecast of new tobacco products in 2018Market forecast of new tobacco products in 2018In 2018, new tobacco products continued the momentum of rapid growth. It is expected that by 2020, sales will surpass tobacco and cigars and become the second largest category of tobacco products after cigarettes. Therefore, major tobacco companies have further increased the research and development and promotion of new tobacco products. At the same time, the supervision of new tobacco products in various countries has become increasingly strict. It is expected that development and risks will accompany the 2018 process of new tobacco products. Imperial Brands Launches New Tobacco Products in Europe As more and more consumers turn to consume new tobacco products, in order to develop new tobacco products business, Imperial Brands (formerly known as Imperial Tobacco) acquired an Austrian vapour manufacturer— —VonErl, through which it has launched a new tobacco product——“Myblu”, and has been sold in the markets of some EU member states.銆€銆€The acquisition of the Empire Brand Company is part of its "Next Generation Products" strategy, which includes e-cigarette products, vaping products, and heated tobacco products. Empire Brands believes that the company's pursuit of innovation and improvement of new tobacco products in the acquisition process is the core content of the company's brand development. Japan Tobacco will expand sales of "Ploom TECH" Recently, Japan Tobacco announced that it will expand its new heat-not-burn tobacco product "Ploom TECH" in the domestic sales area from March 2018. At present, Japan Tobacco will "Ploom TECH" ; The sales area has expanded to approximately 550 tobacco retail stores in Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Osaka, Fukuoka and other places. In these retail stores, consumers can buy "Ploom TECH" and supporting tobacco capsules.銆€銆€By April 2018, Japan Tobacco plans to promote "Ploom TECH" to approximately 1,100 tobacco retail stores and 26,000 convenience stores in Japan.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 acquisition of a smokeless tobacco manufacturer銆€銆€Swedish Match plans to acquire a Danish smokeless tobacco manufacturer called House of Oliver Twist (HoOT). HoOT is a privately-owned smokeless tobacco manufacturer with more than 200 years of development history. It is currently the oldest independent tobacco manufacturer in Denmark. It develops, produces and sells smokeless tobacco products such as chewing tobacco. Its main market is in Scandinavia. The Navia Peninsula and some other EU member states.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 head Lars · Dahlgren believes that the successful acquisition of HoOT complements Swedish Match鈥檚 smokeless tobacco product portfolio and further improves the company鈥檚 product competitiveness in the market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco will launch new tobacco products in Russia銆€銆€British American Tobacco plans to introduce heat-not-burn products in Russia鈥檚 domestic tobacco market, "Glo". British American Tobacco believes that the heat-not-burn product "Glo" will change the consumption patterns of some Russian tobacco consumers. In the future, this product will become the main brand of new tobacco products in the Russian tobacco market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco's heat-not-burn product "Glo" launched in the Russian market has a retail price of 3,500 rubles, and its heater rod retails for 130 rubles. Consumers can book online at the beginning of the market.銆€銆€Israel plans to increase taxes on new tobacco products. 銆€銆€Israel鈥檚 finance and taxation authorities plan to increase the tax rates on new tobacco products, especially heat-not-burn products, and have decided to impose the same tax rate on products such as Philip Morris International鈥檚 "iQOS" as ordinary cigarette products. However, some manufacturers of new tobacco products, including Philip Morris International, believe that the Israeli government's regulatory authorities have adopted similar regulatory and tax measures as cigarette products without fully reviewing these new tobacco products, and restrict them. It is unreasonable for smokers to obtain new tobacco products. The New Zealand court approved Philip Morris International鈥檚 sale of “iQOS” 銆€銆€ New Zealand鈥檚 Wellington High Court rejected a lawsuit against Philip Morris International, allowing the company to sell its heat-not-burn tobacco products “iQOS” in New Zealand. At present, “iQOS” There are nearly 4 million consumer groups in more than 30 countries and regions outside the United States.銆€銆€The person in charge of Philip Morris International鈥檚 New Zealand regional business believes that Philip Morris International recognizes the judgment of the Wellington High Court. However, the case also reflects the need for the government to issue regulations as soon as possible to effectively supervise new tobacco products.In 2018, new tobacco products continued the momentum of rapid growth. It is expected that by 2020, sales will surpass tobacco and cigars and become the second largest category of tobacco products after cigarettes. Therefore, major tobacco companies have further increased the research and development and promotion of new tobacco products. At the same time, the supervision of new tobacco products in various countries has become increasingly strict. It is expected that development and risks will accompany the 2018 process of new tobacco products. Imperial Brands Launches New Tobacco Products in Europe As more and more consumers turn to consume new tobacco products, in order to develop new tobacco products business, Imperial Brands (formerly known as Imperial Tobacco) acquired an Austrian vapour manufacturer— —VonErl, through which it has launched a new tobacco product——“Myblu”, and has been sold in the markets of some EU member states.銆€銆€The acquisition of the Empire Brand Company is part of its "Next Generation Products" strategy, which includes e-cigarette products, vaping products, and heated tobacco products. Empire Brands believes that the company's pursuit of innovation and improvement of new tobacco products in the acquisition process is the core content of the company's brand development. Japan Tobacco will expand sales of "Ploom TECH" Recently, Japan Tobacco announced that it will expand its new heat-not-burn tobacco product "Ploom TECH" in the domestic sales area from March 2018. At present, Japan Tobacco will "Ploom TECH" ; The sales area has expanded to approximately 550 tobacco retail stores in Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Osaka, Fukuoka and other places. In these retail stores, consumers can buy "Ploom TECH" and supporting tobacco capsules.銆€銆€By April 2018, Japan Tobacco plans to promote "Ploom TECH" to approximately 1,100 tobacco retail stores and 26,000 convenience stores in Japan.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 acquisition of a smokeless tobacco manufacturer銆€銆€Swedish Match plans to acquire a Danish smokeless tobacco manufacturer called House of Oliver Twist (HoOT). HoOT is a privately-owned smokeless tobacco manufacturer with more than 200 years of development history. It is currently the oldest independent tobacco manufacturer in Denmark. It develops, produces and sells smokeless tobacco products such as chewing tobacco. Its main market is in Scandinavia. The Navia Peninsula and some other EU member states.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 head Lars · Dahlgren believes that the successful acquisition of HoOT complements Swedish Match鈥檚 smokeless tobacco product portfolio and further improves the company鈥檚 product competitiveness in the market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco will launch new tobacco products in Russia銆€銆€British American Tobacco plans to introduce heat-not-burn products in Russia鈥檚 domestic tobacco market, "Glo". British American Tobacco believes that the heat-not-burn product "Glo" will change the consumption patterns of some Russian tobacco consumers. In the future, this product will become the main brand of new tobacco products in the Russian tobacco market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco's heat-not-burn product "Glo" launched in the Russian market has a retail price of 3,500 rubles, and its heater rod retails for 130 rubles. Consumers can book online at the beginning of the market.銆€銆€Israel plans to increase taxes on new tobacco products. 銆€銆€Israel鈥檚 finance and taxation authorities plan to increase the tax rates on new tobacco products, especially heat-not-burn products, and have decided to impose the same tax rate on products such as Philip Morris International鈥檚 "iQOS" as ordinary cigarette products. However, some manufacturers of new tobacco products, including Philip Morris International, believe that the Israeli government's regulatory authorities have adopted similar regulatory and tax measures as cigarette products without fully reviewing these new tobacco products, and restrict them. It is unreasonable for smokers to obtain new tobacco products. The New Zealand court approved Philip Morris International鈥檚 sale of “iQOS” 銆€銆€ New Zealand鈥檚 Wellington High Court rejected a lawsuit against Philip Morris International, allowing the company to sell its heat-not-burn tobacco products “iQOS” in New Zealand. At present, “iQOS” There are nearly 4 million consumer groups in more than 30 countries and regions outside the United States.銆€銆€The person in charge of Philip Morris International鈥檚 New Zealand regional business believes that Philip Morris International recognizes the judgment of the Wellington High Court. However, the case also reflects the need for the government to issue regulations as soon as possible to effectively supervise new tobacco products.

In 2018, new tobacco products continued the momentum of rapid growth. It is expected that by 2020, sales will surpass tobacco and cigars and become the second largest category of tobacco products after cigarettes. Therefore, major tobacco companies have further increased the research and development and promotion of new tobacco products. At the same time, the supervision of new tobacco products in various countries has become increasingly strict. It is expected that development and risks will accompany the 2018 process of new tobacco products. Imperial Brands Launches New Tobacco Products in Europe As more and more consumers turn to consume new tobacco products, in order to develop new tobacco products business, Imperial Brands (formerly known as Imperial Tobacco) acquired an Austrian vapour manufacturer— —VonErl, through which it has launched a new tobacco product——“Myblu”, and has been sold in the markets of some EU member states.銆€銆€The acquisition of the Empire Brand Company is part of its "Next Generation Products" strategy, which includes e-cigarette products, vaping products, and heated tobacco products. Empire Brands believes that the company's pursuit of innovation and improvement of new tobacco products in the acquisition process is the core content of the company's brand development. Japan Tobacco will expand sales of "Ploom TECH" Recently, Japan Tobacco announced that it will expand its new heat-not-burn tobacco product "Ploom TECH" in the domestic sales area from March 2018. At present, Japan Tobacco will "Ploom TECH" ; The sales area has expanded to approximately 550 tobacco retail stores in Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Osaka, Fukuoka and other places. In these retail stores, consumers can buy "Ploom TECH" and supporting tobacco capsules.銆€銆€By April 2018, Japan Tobacco plans to promote "Ploom TECH" to approximately 1,100 tobacco retail stores and 26,000 convenience stores in Japan.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 acquisition of a smokeless tobacco manufacturer銆€銆€Swedish Match plans to acquire a Danish smokeless tobacco manufacturer called House of Oliver Twist (HoOT). HoOT is a privately-owned smokeless tobacco manufacturer with more than 200 years of development history. It is currently the oldest independent tobacco manufacturer in Denmark. It develops, produces and sells smokeless tobacco products such as chewing tobacco. Its main market is in Scandinavia. The Navia Peninsula and some other EU member states.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 head Lars · Dahlgren believes that the successful acquisition of HoOT complements Swedish Match鈥檚 smokeless tobacco product portfolio and further improves the company鈥檚 product competitiveness in the market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco will launch new tobacco products in Russia銆€銆€British American Tobacco plans to introduce heat-not-burn products in Russia鈥檚 domestic tobacco market, "Glo". British American Tobacco believes that the heat-not-burn product "Glo" will change the consumption patterns of some Russian tobacco consumers. In the future, this product will become the main brand of new tobacco products in the Russian tobacco market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco's heat-not-burn product "Glo" launched in the Russian market has a retail price of 3,500 rubles, and its heater rod retails for 130 rubles. Consumers can book online at the beginning of the market.銆€銆€Israel plans to increase taxes on new tobacco products. 銆€銆€Israel鈥檚 finance and taxation authorities plan to increase the tax rates on new tobacco products, especially heat-not-burn products, and have decided to impose the same tax rate on products such as Philip Morris International鈥檚 "iQOS" as ordinary cigarette products. However, some manufacturers of new tobacco products, including Philip Morris International, believe that the Israeli government's regulatory authorities have adopted similar regulatory and tax measures as cigarette products without fully reviewing these new tobacco products, and restrict them. It is unreasonable for smokers to obtain new tobacco products. The New Zealand court approved Philip Morris International鈥檚 sale of “iQOS” 銆€銆€ New Zealand鈥檚 Wellington High Court rejected a lawsuit against Philip Morris International, allowing the company to sell its heat-not-burn tobacco products “iQOS” in New Zealand. At present, “iQOS” There are nearly 4 million consumer groups in more than 30 countries and regions outside the United States.銆€銆€The person in charge of Philip Morris International鈥檚 New Zealand regional business believes that Philip Morris International recognizes the judgment of the Wellington High Court. However, the case also reflects the need for the government to issue regulations as soon as possible to effectively supervise new tobacco products.In 2018, new tobacco products continued the momentum of rapid growth. It is expected that by 2020, sales will surpass tobacco and cigars and become the second largest category of tobacco products after cigarettes. Therefore, major tobacco companies have further increased the research and development and promotion of new tobacco products. At the same time, the supervision of new tobacco products in various countries has become increasingly strict. It is expected that development and risks will accompany the 2018 process of new tobacco products. Imperial Brands Launches New Tobacco Products in Europe As more and more consumers turn to consume new tobacco products, in order to develop new tobacco products business, Imperial Brands (formerly known as Imperial Tobacco) acquired an Austrian vapour manufacturer— —VonErl, through which it has launched a new tobacco product——“Myblu”, and has been sold in the markets of some EU member states.銆€銆€The acquisition of the Empire Brand Company is part of its "Next Generation Products" strategy, which includes e-cigarette products, vaping products, and heated tobacco products. Empire Brands believes that the company's pursuit of innovation and improvement of new tobacco products in the acquisition process is the core content of the company's brand development. Japan Tobacco will expand sales of "Ploom TECH" Recently, Japan Tobacco announced that it will expand its new heat-not-burn tobacco product "Ploom TECH" in the domestic sales area from March 2018. At present, Japan Tobacco will "Ploom TECH" ; The sales area has expanded to approximately 550 tobacco retail stores in Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Osaka, Fukuoka and other places. In these retail stores, consumers can buy "Ploom TECH" and supporting tobacco capsules.銆€銆€By April 2018, Japan Tobacco plans to promote "Ploom TECH" to approximately 1,100 tobacco retail stores and 26,000 convenience stores in Japan.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 acquisition of a smokeless tobacco manufacturer銆€銆€Swedish Match plans to acquire a Danish smokeless tobacco manufacturer called House of Oliver Twist (HoOT). HoOT is a privately-owned smokeless tobacco manufacturer with more than 200 years of development history. It is currently the oldest independent tobacco manufacturer in Denmark. It develops, produces and sells smokeless tobacco products such as chewing tobacco. Its main market is in Scandinavia. The Navia Peninsula and some other EU member states.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 head Lars · Dahlgren believes that the successful acquisition of HoOT complements Swedish Match鈥檚 smokeless tobacco product portfolio and further improves the company鈥檚 product competitiveness in the market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco will launch new tobacco products in Russia銆€銆€British American Tobacco plans to introduce heat-not-burn products in Russia鈥檚 domestic tobacco market, "Glo". British American Tobacco believes that the heat-not-burn product "Glo" will change the consumption patterns of some Russian tobacco consumers. In the future, this product will become the main brand of new tobacco products in the Russian tobacco market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco's heat-not-burn product "Glo" launched in the Russian market has a retail price of 3,500 rubles, and its heater rod retails for 130 rubles. Consumers can book online at the beginning of the market.銆€銆€Israel plans to increase taxes on new tobacco products. 銆€銆€Israel鈥檚 finance and taxation authorities plan to increase the tax rates on new tobacco products, especially heat-not-burn products, and have decided to impose the same tax rate on products such as Philip Morris International鈥檚 "iQOS" as ordinary cigarette products. However, some manufacturers of new tobacco products, including Philip Morris International, believe that the Israeli government's regulatory authorities have adopted similar regulatory and tax measures as cigarette products without fully reviewing these new tobacco products, and restrict them. It is unreasonable for smokers to obtain new tobacco products. The New Zealand court approved Philip Morris International鈥檚 sale of “iQOS” 銆€銆€ New Zealand鈥檚 Wellington High Court rejected a lawsuit against Philip Morris International, allowing the company to sell its heat-not-burn tobacco products “iQOS” in New Zealand. At present, “iQOS” There are nearly 4 million consumer groups in more than 30 countries and regions outside the United States.銆€銆€The person in charge of Philip Morris International鈥檚 New Zealand regional business believes that Philip Morris International recognizes the judgment of the Wellington High Court. However, the case also reflects the need for the government to issue regulations as soon as possible to effectively supervise new tobacco products.Market forecast of new tobacco products in 2018In 2018, new tobacco products continued the momentum of rapid growth. It is expected that by 2020, sales will surpass tobacco and cigars and become the second largest category of tobacco products after cigarettes. Therefore, major tobacco companies have further increased the research and development and promotion of new tobacco products. At the same time, the supervision of new tobacco products in various countries has become increasingly strict. It is expected that development and risks will accompany the 2018 process of new tobacco products. Imperial Brands Launches New Tobacco Products in Europe As more and more consumers turn to consume new tobacco products, in order to develop new tobacco products business, Imperial Brands (formerly known as Imperial Tobacco) acquired an Austrian vapour manufacturer— —VonErl, through which it has launched a new tobacco product——“Myblu”, and has been sold in the markets of some EU member states.銆€銆€The acquisition of the Empire Brand Company is part of its "Next Generation Products" strategy, which includes e-cigarette products, vaping products, and heated tobacco products. Empire Brands believes that the company's pursuit of innovation and improvement of new tobacco products in the acquisition process is the core content of the company's brand development. Japan Tobacco will expand sales of "Ploom TECH" Recently, Japan Tobacco announced that it will expand its new heat-not-burn tobacco product "Ploom TECH" in the domestic sales area from March 2018. At present, Japan Tobacco will "Ploom TECH" ; The sales area has expanded to approximately 550 tobacco retail stores in Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Osaka, Fukuoka and other places. In these retail stores, consumers can buy "Ploom TECH" and supporting tobacco capsules.銆€銆€By April 2018, Japan Tobacco plans to promote "Ploom TECH" to approximately 1,100 tobacco retail stores and 26,000 convenience stores in Japan.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 acquisition of a smokeless tobacco manufacturer銆€銆€Swedish Match plans to acquire a Danish smokeless tobacco manufacturer called House of Oliver Twist (HoOT). HoOT is a privately-owned smokeless tobacco manufacturer with more than 200 years of development history. It is currently the oldest independent tobacco manufacturer in Denmark. It develops, produces and sells smokeless tobacco products such as chewing tobacco. Its main market is in Scandinavia. The Navia Peninsula and some other EU member states.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 head Lars · Dahlgren believes that the successful acquisition of HoOT complements Swedish Match鈥檚 smokeless tobacco product portfolio and further improves the company鈥檚 product competitiveness in the market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco will launch new tobacco products in Russia銆€銆€British American Tobacco plans to introduce heat-not-burn products in Russia鈥檚 domestic tobacco market, "Glo". British American Tobacco believes that the heat-not-burn product "Glo" will change the consumption patterns of some Russian tobacco consumers. In the future, this product will become the main brand of new tobacco products in the Russian tobacco market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco's heat-not-burn product "Glo" launched in the Russian market has a retail price of 3,500 rubles, and its heater rod retails for 130 rubles. Consumers can book online at the beginning of the market.銆€銆€Israel plans to increase taxes on new tobacco products. 銆€銆€Israel鈥檚 finance and taxation authorities plan to increase the tax rates on new tobacco products, especially heat-not-burn products, and have decided to impose the same tax rate on products such as Philip Morris International鈥檚 "iQOS" as ordinary cigarette products. However, some manufacturers of new tobacco products, including Philip Morris International, believe that the Israeli government's regulatory authorities have adopted similar regulatory and tax measures as cigarette products without fully reviewing these new tobacco products, and restrict them. It is unreasonable for smokers to obtain new tobacco products. The New Zealand court approved Philip Morris International鈥檚 sale of “iQOS” 銆€銆€ New Zealand鈥檚 Wellington High Court rejected a lawsuit against Philip Morris International, allowing the company to sell its heat-not-burn tobacco products “iQOS” in New Zealand. At present, “iQOS” There are nearly 4 million consumer groups in more than 30 countries and regions outside the United States.銆€銆€The person in charge of Philip Morris International鈥檚 New Zealand regional business believes that Philip Morris International recognizes the judgment of the Wellington High Court. However, the case also reflects the need for the government to issue regulations as soon as possible to effectively supervise new tobacco products.In 2018, new tobacco products continued the momentum of rapid growth. It is expected that by 2020, sales will surpass tobacco and cigars and become the second largest category of tobacco products after cigarettes. Therefore, major tobacco companies have further increased the research and development and promotion of new tobacco products. At the same time, the supervision of new tobacco products in various countries has become increasingly strict. It is expected that development and risks will accompany the 2018 process of new tobacco products. Imperial Brands Launches New Tobacco Products in Europe As more and more consumers turn to consume new tobacco products, in order to develop new tobacco products business, Imperial Brands (formerly known as Imperial Tobacco) acquired an Austrian vapour manufacturer— —VonErl, through which it has launched a new tobacco product——“Myblu”, and has been sold in the markets of some EU member states.銆€銆€The acquisition of the Empire Brand Company is part of its "Next Generation Products" strategy, which includes e-cigarette products, vaping products, and heated tobacco products. Empire Brands believes that the company's pursuit of innovation and improvement of new tobacco products in the acquisition process is the core content of the company's brand development. Japan Tobacco will expand sales of "Ploom TECH" Recently, Japan Tobacco announced that it will expand its new heat-not-burn tobacco product "Ploom TECH" in the domestic sales area from March 2018. At present, Japan Tobacco will "Ploom TECH" ; The sales area has expanded to approximately 550 tobacco retail stores in Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Osaka, Fukuoka and other places. In these retail stores, consumers can buy "Ploom TECH" and supporting tobacco capsules.銆€銆€By April 2018, Japan Tobacco plans to promote "Ploom TECH" to approximately 1,100 tobacco retail stores and 26,000 convenience stores in Japan.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 acquisition of a smokeless tobacco manufacturer銆€銆€Swedish Match plans to acquire a Danish smokeless tobacco manufacturer called House of Oliver Twist (HoOT). HoOT is a privately-owned smokeless tobacco manufacturer with more than 200 years of development history. It is currently the oldest independent tobacco manufacturer in Denmark. It develops, produces and sells smokeless tobacco products such as chewing tobacco. Its main market is in Scandinavia. The Navia Peninsula and some other EU member states.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 head Lars · Dahlgren believes that the successful acquisition of HoOT complements Swedish Match鈥檚 smokeless tobacco product portfolio and further improves the company鈥檚 product competitiveness in the market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco will launch new tobacco products in Russia銆€銆€British American Tobacco plans to introduce heat-not-burn products in Russia鈥檚 domestic tobacco market, "Glo". British American Tobacco believes that the heat-not-burn product "Glo" will change the consumption patterns of some Russian tobacco consumers. In the future, this product will become the main brand of new tobacco products in the Russian tobacco market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco's heat-not-burn product "Glo" launched in the Russian market has a retail price of 3,500 rubles, and its heater rod retails for 130 rubles. Consumers can book online at the beginning of the market.銆€銆€Israel plans to increase taxes on new tobacco products. 銆€銆€Israel鈥檚 finance and taxation authorities plan to increase the tax rates on new tobacco products, especially heat-not-burn products, and have decided to impose the same tax rate on products such as Philip Morris International鈥檚 "iQOS" as ordinary cigarette products. However, some manufacturers of new tobacco products, including Philip Morris International, believe that the Israeli government's regulatory authorities have adopted similar regulatory and tax measures as cigarette products without fully reviewing these new tobacco products, and restrict them. It is unreasonable for smokers to obtain new tobacco products. The New Zealand court approved Philip Morris International鈥檚 sale of “iQOS” 銆€銆€ New Zealand鈥檚 Wellington High Court rejected a lawsuit against Philip Morris International, allowing the company to sell its heat-not-burn tobacco products “iQOS” in New Zealand. At present, “iQOS” There are nearly 4 million consumer groups in more than 30 countries and regions outside the United States.銆€銆€The person in charge of Philip Morris International鈥檚 New Zealand regional business believes that Philip Morris International recognizes the judgment of the Wellington High Court. However, the case also reflects the need for the government to issue regulations as soon as possible to effectively supervise new tobacco products.

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Market forecast of new tobacco products in 2018Market forecast of new tobacco products in 2018In 2018, new tobacco products continued the momentum of rapid growth. It is expected that by 2020, sales will surpass tobacco and cigars and become the second largest category of tobacco products after cigarettes. Therefore, major tobacco companies have further increased the research and development and promotion of new tobacco products. At the same time, the supervision of new tobacco products in various countries has become increasingly strict. It is expected that development and risks will accompany the 2018 process of new tobacco products. Imperial Brands Launches New Tobacco Products in Europe As more and more consumers turn to consume new tobacco products, in order to develop new tobacco products business, Imperial Brands (formerly known as Imperial Tobacco) acquired an Austrian vapour manufacturer— —VonErl, through which it has launched a new tobacco product——“Myblu”, and has been sold in the markets of some EU member states.銆€銆€The acquisition of the Empire Brand Company is part of its "Next Generation Products" strategy, which includes e-cigarette products, vaping products, and heated tobacco products. Empire Brands believes that the company's pursuit of innovation and improvement of new tobacco products in the acquisition process is the core content of the company's brand development. Japan Tobacco will expand sales of "Ploom TECH" Recently, Japan Tobacco announced that it will expand its new heat-not-burn tobacco product "Ploom TECH" in the domestic sales area from March 2018. At present, Japan Tobacco will "Ploom TECH" ; The sales area has expanded to approximately 550 tobacco retail stores in Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Osaka, Fukuoka and other places. In these retail stores, consumers can buy "Ploom TECH" and supporting tobacco capsules.銆€銆€By April 2018, Japan Tobacco plans to promote "Ploom TECH" to approximately 1,100 tobacco retail stores and 26,000 convenience stores in Japan.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 acquisition of a smokeless tobacco manufacturer銆€銆€Swedish Match plans to acquire a Danish smokeless tobacco manufacturer called House of Oliver Twist (HoOT). HoOT is a privately-owned smokeless tobacco manufacturer with more than 200 years of development history. It is currently the oldest independent tobacco manufacturer in Denmark. It develops, produces and sells smokeless tobacco products such as chewing tobacco. Its main market is in Scandinavia. The Navia Peninsula and some other EU member states.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 head Lars · Dahlgren believes that the successful acquisition of HoOT complements Swedish Match鈥檚 smokeless tobacco product portfolio and further improves the company鈥檚 product competitiveness in the market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco will launch new tobacco products in Russia銆€銆€British American Tobacco plans to introduce heat-not-burn products in Russia鈥檚 domestic tobacco market, "Glo". British American Tobacco believes that the heat-not-burn product "Glo" will change the consumption patterns of some Russian tobacco consumers. In the future, this product will become the main brand of new tobacco products in the Russian tobacco market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco's heat-not-burn product "Glo" launched in the Russian market has a retail price of 3,500 rubles, and its heater rod retails for 130 rubles. Consumers can book online at the beginning of the market.銆€銆€Israel plans to increase taxes on new tobacco products. 銆€銆€Israel鈥檚 finance and taxation authorities plan to increase the tax rates on new tobacco products, especially heat-not-burn products, and have decided to impose the same tax rate on products such as Philip Morris International鈥檚 "iQOS" as ordinary cigarette products. However, some manufacturers of new tobacco products, including Philip Morris International, believe that the Israeli government's regulatory authorities have adopted similar regulatory and tax measures as cigarette products without fully reviewing these new tobacco products, and restrict them. It is unreasonable for smokers to obtain new tobacco products. The New Zealand court approved Philip Morris International鈥檚 sale of “iQOS” 銆€銆€ New Zealand鈥檚 Wellington High Court rejected a lawsuit against Philip Morris International, allowing the company to sell its heat-not-burn tobacco products “iQOS” in New Zealand. At present, “iQOS” There are nearly 4 million consumer groups in more than 30 countries and regions outside the United States.銆€銆€The person in charge of Philip Morris International鈥檚 New Zealand regional business believes that Philip Morris International recognizes the judgment of the Wellington High Court. However, the case also reflects the need for the government to issue regulations as soon as possible to effectively supervise new tobacco products.In 2018, new tobacco products continued the momentum of rapid growth. It is expected that by 2020, sales will surpass tobacco and cigars and become the second largest category of tobacco products after cigarettes. Therefore, major tobacco companies have further increased the research and development and promotion of new tobacco products. At the same time, the supervision of new tobacco products in various countries has become increasingly strict. It is expected that development and risks will accompany the 2018 process of new tobacco products. Imperial Brands Launches New Tobacco Products in Europe As more and more consumers turn to consume new tobacco products, in order to develop new tobacco products business, Imperial Brands (formerly known as Imperial Tobacco) acquired an Austrian vapour manufacturer— —VonErl, through which it has launched a new tobacco product——“Myblu”, and has been sold in the markets of some EU member states.銆€銆€The acquisition of the Empire Brand Company is part of its "Next Generation Products" strategy, which includes e-cigarette products, vaping products, and heated tobacco products. Empire Brands believes that the company's pursuit of innovation and improvement of new tobacco products in the acquisition process is the core content of the company's brand development. Japan Tobacco will expand sales of "Ploom TECH" Recently, Japan Tobacco announced that it will expand its new heat-not-burn tobacco product "Ploom TECH" in the domestic sales area from March 2018. At present, Japan Tobacco will "Ploom TECH" ; The sales area has expanded to approximately 550 tobacco retail stores in Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Osaka, Fukuoka and other places. In these retail stores, consumers can buy "Ploom TECH" and supporting tobacco capsules.銆€銆€By April 2018, Japan Tobacco plans to promote "Ploom TECH" to approximately 1,100 tobacco retail stores and 26,000 convenience stores in Japan.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 acquisition of a smokeless tobacco manufacturer銆€銆€Swedish Match plans to acquire a Danish smokeless tobacco manufacturer called House of Oliver Twist (HoOT). HoOT is a privately-owned smokeless tobacco manufacturer with more than 200 years of development history. It is currently the oldest independent tobacco manufacturer in Denmark. It develops, produces and sells smokeless tobacco products such as chewing tobacco. Its main market is in Scandinavia. The Navia Peninsula and some other EU member states.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 head Lars · Dahlgren believes that the successful acquisition of HoOT complements Swedish Match鈥檚 smokeless tobacco product portfolio and further improves the company鈥檚 product competitiveness in the market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco will launch new tobacco products in Russia銆€銆€British American Tobacco plans to introduce heat-not-burn products in Russia鈥檚 domestic tobacco market, "Glo". British American Tobacco believes that the heat-not-burn product "Glo" will change the consumption patterns of some Russian tobacco consumers. In the future, this product will become the main brand of new tobacco products in the Russian tobacco market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco's heat-not-burn product "Glo" launched in the Russian market has a retail price of 3,500 rubles, and its heater rod retails for 130 rubles. Consumers can book online at the beginning of the market.銆€銆€Israel plans to increase taxes on new tobacco products. 銆€銆€Israel鈥檚 finance and taxation authorities plan to increase the tax rates on new tobacco products, especially heat-not-burn products, and have decided to impose the same tax rate on products such as Philip Morris International鈥檚 "iQOS" as ordinary cigarette products. However, some manufacturers of new tobacco products, including Philip Morris International, believe that the Israeli government's regulatory authorities have adopted similar regulatory and tax measures as cigarette products without fully reviewing these new tobacco products, and restrict them. It is unreasonable for smokers to obtain new tobacco products. The New Zealand court approved Philip Morris International鈥檚 sale of “iQOS” 銆€銆€ New Zealand鈥檚 Wellington High Court rejected a lawsuit against Philip Morris International, allowing the company to sell its heat-not-burn tobacco products “iQOS” in New Zealand. At present, “iQOS” There are nearly 4 million consumer groups in more than 30 countries and regions outside the United States.銆€銆€The person in charge of Philip Morris International鈥檚 New Zealand regional business believes that Philip Morris International recognizes the judgment of the Wellington High Court. However, the case also reflects the need for the government to issue regulations as soon as possible to effectively supervise new tobacco products.In 2018, new tobacco products continued the momentum of rapid growth. It is expected that by 2020, sales will surpass tobacco and cigars and become the second largest category of tobacco products after cigarettes. Therefore, major tobacco companies have further increased the research and development and promotion of new tobacco products. At the same time, the supervision of new tobacco products in various countries has become increasingly strict. It is expected that development and risks will accompany the 2018 process of new tobacco products. Imperial Brands Launches New Tobacco Products in Europe As more and more consumers turn to consume new tobacco products, in order to develop new tobacco products business, Imperial Brands (formerly known as Imperial Tobacco) acquired an Austrian vapour manufacturer— —VonErl, through which it has launched a new tobacco product——“Myblu”, and has been sold in the markets of some EU member states.銆€銆€The acquisition of the Empire Brand Company is part of its "Next Generation Products" strategy, which includes e-cigarette products, vaping products, and heated tobacco products. Empire Brands believes that the company's pursuit of innovation and improvement of new tobacco products in the acquisition process is the core content of the company's brand development. Japan Tobacco will expand sales of "Ploom TECH" Recently, Japan Tobacco announced that it will expand its new heat-not-burn tobacco product "Ploom TECH" in the domestic sales area from March 2018. At present, Japan Tobacco will "Ploom TECH" ; The sales area has expanded to approximately 550 tobacco retail stores in Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Osaka, Fukuoka and other places. In these retail stores, consumers can buy "Ploom TECH" and supporting tobacco capsules.銆€銆€By April 2018, Japan Tobacco plans to promote "Ploom TECH" to approximately 1,100 tobacco retail stores and 26,000 convenience stores in Japan.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 acquisition of a smokeless tobacco manufacturer銆€銆€Swedish Match plans to acquire a Danish smokeless tobacco manufacturer called House of Oliver Twist (HoOT). HoOT is a privately-owned smokeless tobacco manufacturer with more than 200 years of development history. It is currently the oldest independent tobacco manufacturer in Denmark. It develops, produces and sells smokeless tobacco products such as chewing tobacco. Its main market is in Scandinavia. The Navia Peninsula and some other EU member states.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 head Lars · Dahlgren believes that the successful acquisition of HoOT complements Swedish Match鈥檚 smokeless tobacco product portfolio and further improves the company鈥檚 product competitiveness in the market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco will launch new tobacco products in Russia銆€銆€British American Tobacco plans to introduce heat-not-burn products in Russia鈥檚 domestic tobacco market, "Glo". British American Tobacco believes that the heat-not-burn product "Glo" will change the consumption patterns of some Russian tobacco consumers. In the future, this product will become the main brand of new tobacco products in the Russian tobacco market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco's heat-not-burn product "Glo" launched in the Russian market has a retail price of 3,500 rubles, and its heater rod retails for 130 rubles. Consumers can book online at the beginning of the market.銆€銆€Israel plans to increase taxes on new tobacco products. 銆€銆€Israel鈥檚 finance and taxation authorities plan to increase the tax rates on new tobacco products, especially heat-not-burn products, and have decided to impose the same tax rate on products such as Philip Morris International鈥檚 "iQOS" as ordinary cigarette products. However, some manufacturers of new tobacco products, including Philip Morris International, believe that the Israeli government's regulatory authorities have adopted similar regulatory and tax measures as cigarette products without fully reviewing these new tobacco products, and restrict them. It is unreasonable for smokers to obtain new tobacco products. The New Zealand court approved Philip Morris International鈥檚 sale of “iQOS” 銆€銆€ New Zealand鈥檚 Wellington High Court rejected a lawsuit against Philip Morris International, allowing the company to sell its heat-not-burn tobacco products “iQOS” in New Zealand. At present, “iQOS” There are nearly 4 million consumer groups in more than 30 countries and regions outside the United States.銆€銆€The person in charge of Philip Morris International鈥檚 New Zealand regional business believes that Philip Morris International recognizes the judgment of the Wellington High Court. However, the case also reflects the need for the government to issue regulations as soon as possible to effectively supervise new tobacco products.

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Market forecast of new tobacco products in 2018In 2018, new tobacco products continued the momentum of rapid growth. It is expected that by 2020, sales will surpass tobacco and cigars and become the second largest category of tobacco products after cigarettes. Therefore, major tobacco companies have further increased the research and development and promotion of new tobacco products. At the same time, the supervision of new tobacco products in various countries has become increasingly strict. It is expected that development and risks will accompany the 2018 process of new tobacco products. Imperial Brands Launches New Tobacco Products in Europe As more and more consumers turn to consume new tobacco products, in order to develop new tobacco products business, Imperial Brands (formerly known as Imperial Tobacco) acquired an Austrian vapour manufacturer— —VonErl, through which it has launched a new tobacco product——“Myblu”, and has been sold in the markets of some EU member states.銆€銆€The acquisition of the Empire Brand Company is part of its "Next Generation Products" strategy, which includes e-cigarette products, vaping products, and heated tobacco products. Empire Brands believes that the company's pursuit of innovation and improvement of new tobacco products in the acquisition process is the core content of the company's brand development. Japan Tobacco will expand sales of "Ploom TECH" Recently, Japan Tobacco announced that it will expand its new heat-not-burn tobacco product "Ploom TECH" in the domestic sales area from March 2018. At present, Japan Tobacco will "Ploom TECH" ; The sales area has expanded to approximately 550 tobacco retail stores in Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Osaka, Fukuoka and other places. In these retail stores, consumers can buy "Ploom TECH" and supporting tobacco capsules.銆€銆€By April 2018, Japan Tobacco plans to promote "Ploom TECH" to approximately 1,100 tobacco retail stores and 26,000 convenience stores in Japan.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 acquisition of a smokeless tobacco manufacturer銆€銆€Swedish Match plans to acquire a Danish smokeless tobacco manufacturer called House of Oliver Twist (HoOT). HoOT is a privately-owned smokeless tobacco manufacturer with more than 200 years of development history. It is currently the oldest independent tobacco manufacturer in Denmark. It develops, produces and sells smokeless tobacco products such as chewing tobacco. Its main market is in Scandinavia. The Navia Peninsula and some other EU member states.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 head Lars · Dahlgren believes that the successful acquisition of HoOT complements Swedish Match鈥檚 smokeless tobacco product portfolio and further improves the company鈥檚 product competitiveness in the market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco will launch new tobacco products in Russia銆€銆€British American Tobacco plans to introduce heat-not-burn products in Russia鈥檚 domestic tobacco market, "Glo". British American Tobacco believes that the heat-not-burn product "Glo" will change the consumption patterns of some Russian tobacco consumers. In the future, this product will become the main brand of new tobacco products in the Russian tobacco market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco's heat-not-burn product "Glo" launched in the Russian market has a retail price of 3,500 rubles, and its heater rod retails for 130 rubles. Consumers can book online at the beginning of the market.銆€銆€Israel plans to increase taxes on new tobacco products. 銆€銆€Israel鈥檚 finance and taxation authorities plan to increase the tax rates on new tobacco products, especially heat-not-burn products, and have decided to impose the same tax rate on products such as Philip Morris International鈥檚 "iQOS" as ordinary cigarette products. However, some manufacturers of new tobacco products, including Philip Morris International, believe that the Israeli government's regulatory authorities have adopted similar regulatory and tax measures as cigarette products without fully reviewing these new tobacco products, and restrict them. It is unreasonable for smokers to obtain new tobacco products. The New Zealand court approved Philip Morris International鈥檚 sale of “iQOS” 銆€銆€ New Zealand鈥檚 Wellington High Court rejected a lawsuit against Philip Morris International, allowing the company to sell its heat-not-burn tobacco products “iQOS” in New Zealand. At present, “iQOS” There are nearly 4 million consumer groups in more than 30 countries and regions outside the United States.銆€銆€The person in charge of Philip Morris International鈥檚 New Zealand regional business believes that Philip Morris International recognizes the judgment of the Wellington High Court. However, the case also reflects the need for the government to issue regulations as soon as possible to effectively supervise new tobacco products.In 2018, new tobacco products continued the momentum of rapid growth. It is expected that by 2020, sales will surpass tobacco and cigars and become the second largest category of tobacco products after cigarettes. Therefore, major tobacco companies have further increased the research and development and promotion of new tobacco products. At the same time, the supervision of new tobacco products in various countries has become increasingly strict. It is expected that development and risks will accompany the 2018 process of new tobacco products. Imperial Brands Launches New Tobacco Products in Europe As more and more consumers turn to consume new tobacco products, in order to develop new tobacco products business, Imperial Brands (formerly known as Imperial Tobacco) acquired an Austrian vapour manufacturer— —VonErl, through which it has launched a new tobacco product——“Myblu”, and has been sold in the markets of some EU member states.銆€銆€The acquisition of the Empire Brand Company is part of its "Next Generation Products" strategy, which includes e-cigarette products, vaping products, and heated tobacco products. Empire Brands believes that the company's pursuit of innovation and improvement of new tobacco products in the acquisition process is the core content of the company's brand development. Japan Tobacco will expand sales of "Ploom TECH" Recently, Japan Tobacco announced that it will expand its new heat-not-burn tobacco product "Ploom TECH" in the domestic sales area from March 2018. At present, Japan Tobacco will "Ploom TECH" ; The sales area has expanded to approximately 550 tobacco retail stores in Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Osaka, Fukuoka and other places. In these retail stores, consumers can buy "Ploom TECH" and supporting tobacco capsules.銆€銆€By April 2018, Japan Tobacco plans to promote "Ploom TECH" to approximately 1,100 tobacco retail stores and 26,000 convenience stores in Japan.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 acquisition of a smokeless tobacco manufacturer銆€銆€Swedish Match plans to acquire a Danish smokeless tobacco manufacturer called House of Oliver Twist (HoOT). HoOT is a privately-owned smokeless tobacco manufacturer with more than 200 years of development history. It is currently the oldest independent tobacco manufacturer in Denmark. It develops, produces and sells smokeless tobacco products such as chewing tobacco. Its main market is in Scandinavia. The Navia Peninsula and some other EU member states.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 head Lars · Dahlgren believes that the successful acquisition of HoOT complements Swedish Match鈥檚 smokeless tobacco product portfolio and further improves the company鈥檚 product competitiveness in the market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco will launch new tobacco products in Russia銆€銆€British American Tobacco plans to introduce heat-not-burn products in Russia鈥檚 domestic tobacco market, "Glo". British American Tobacco believes that the heat-not-burn product "Glo" will change the consumption patterns of some Russian tobacco consumers. In the future, this product will become the main brand of new tobacco products in the Russian tobacco market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco's heat-not-burn product "Glo" launched in the Russian market has a retail price of 3,500 rubles, and its heater rod retails for 130 rubles. Consumers can book online at the beginning of the market.銆€銆€Israel plans to increase taxes on new tobacco products. 銆€銆€Israel鈥檚 finance and taxation authorities plan to increase the tax rates on new tobacco products, especially heat-not-burn products, and have decided to impose the same tax rate on products such as Philip Morris International鈥檚 "iQOS" as ordinary cigarette products. However, some manufacturers of new tobacco products, including Philip Morris International, believe that the Israeli government's regulatory authorities have adopted similar regulatory and tax measures as cigarette products without fully reviewing these new tobacco products, and restrict them. It is unreasonable for smokers to obtain new tobacco products. The New Zealand court approved Philip Morris International鈥檚 sale of “iQOS” 銆€銆€ New Zealand鈥檚 Wellington High Court rejected a lawsuit against Philip Morris International, allowing the company to sell its heat-not-burn tobacco products “iQOS” in New Zealand. At present, “iQOS” There are nearly 4 million consumer groups in more than 30 countries and regions outside the United States.銆€銆€The person in charge of Philip Morris International鈥檚 New Zealand regional business believes that Philip Morris International recognizes the judgment of the Wellington High Court. However, the case also reflects the need for the government to issue regulations as soon as possible to effectively supervise new tobacco products.In 2018, new tobacco products continued the momentum of rapid growth. It is expected that by 2020, sales will surpass tobacco and cigars and become the second largest category of tobacco products after cigarettes. Therefore, major tobacco companies have further increased the research and development and promotion of new tobacco products. At the same time, the supervision of new tobacco products in various countries has become increasingly strict. It is expected that development and risks will accompany the 2018 process of new tobacco products. Imperial Brands Launches New Tobacco Products in Europe As more and more consumers turn to consume new tobacco products, in order to develop new tobacco products business, Imperial Brands (formerly known as Imperial Tobacco) acquired an Austrian vapour manufacturer— —VonErl, through which it has launched a new tobacco product——“Myblu”, and has been sold in the markets of some EU member states.銆€銆€The acquisition of the Empire Brand Company is part of its "Next Generation Products" strategy, which includes e-cigarette products, vaping products, and heated tobacco products. Empire Brands believes that the company's pursuit of innovation and improvement of new tobacco products in the acquisition process is the core content of the company's brand development. Japan Tobacco will expand sales of "Ploom TECH" Recently, Japan Tobacco announced that it will expand its new heat-not-burn tobacco product "Ploom TECH" in the domestic sales area from March 2018. At present, Japan Tobacco will "Ploom TECH" ; The sales area has expanded to approximately 550 tobacco retail stores in Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Osaka, Fukuoka and other places. In these retail stores, consumers can buy "Ploom TECH" and supporting tobacco capsules.銆€銆€By April 2018, Japan Tobacco plans to promote "Ploom TECH" to approximately 1,100 tobacco retail stores and 26,000 convenience stores in Japan.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 acquisition of a smokeless tobacco manufacturer銆€銆€Swedish Match plans to acquire a Danish smokeless tobacco manufacturer called House of Oliver Twist (HoOT). HoOT is a privately-owned smokeless tobacco manufacturer with more than 200 years of development history. It is currently the oldest independent tobacco manufacturer in Denmark. It develops, produces and sells smokeless tobacco products such as chewing tobacco. Its main market is in Scandinavia. The Navia Peninsula and some other EU member states.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 head Lars · Dahlgren believes that the successful acquisition of HoOT complements Swedish Match鈥檚 smokeless tobacco product portfolio and further improves the company鈥檚 product competitiveness in the market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco will launch new tobacco products in Russia銆€銆€British American Tobacco plans to introduce heat-not-burn products in Russia鈥檚 domestic tobacco market, "Glo". British American Tobacco believes that the heat-not-burn product "Glo" will change the consumption patterns of some Russian tobacco consumers. In the future, this product will become the main brand of new tobacco products in the Russian tobacco market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco's heat-not-burn product "Glo" launched in the Russian market has a retail price of 3,500 rubles, and its heater rod retails for 130 rubles. Consumers can book online at the beginning of the market.銆€銆€Israel plans to increase taxes on new tobacco products. 銆€銆€Israel鈥檚 finance and taxation authorities plan to increase the tax rates on new tobacco products, especially heat-not-burn products, and have decided to impose the same tax rate on products such as Philip Morris International鈥檚 "iQOS" as ordinary cigarette products. However, some manufacturers of new tobacco products, including Philip Morris International, believe that the Israeli government's regulatory authorities have adopted similar regulatory and tax measures as cigarette products without fully reviewing these new tobacco products, and restrict them. It is unreasonable for smokers to obtain new tobacco products. The New Zealand court approved Philip Morris International鈥檚 sale of “iQOS” 銆€銆€ New Zealand鈥檚 Wellington High Court rejected a lawsuit against Philip Morris International, allowing the company to sell its heat-not-burn tobacco products “iQOS” in New Zealand. At present, “iQOS” There are nearly 4 million consumer groups in more than 30 countries and regions outside the United States.銆€銆€The person in charge of Philip Morris International鈥檚 New Zealand regional business believes that Philip Morris International recognizes the judgment of the Wellington High Court. However, the case also reflects the need for the government to issue regulations as soon as possible to effectively supervise new tobacco products.Market forecast of new tobacco products in 2018

In 2018, new tobacco products continued the momentum of rapid growth. It is expected that by 2020, sales will surpass tobacco and cigars and become the second largest category of tobacco products after cigarettes. Therefore, major tobacco companies have further increased the research and development and promotion of new tobacco products. At the same time, the supervision of new tobacco products in various countries has become increasingly strict. It is expected that development and risks will accompany the 2018 process of new tobacco products. Imperial Brands Launches New Tobacco Products in Europe As more and more consumers turn to consume new tobacco products, in order to develop new tobacco products business, Imperial Brands (formerly known as Imperial Tobacco) acquired an Austrian vapour manufacturer— —VonErl, through which it has launched a new tobacco product——“Myblu”, and has been sold in the markets of some EU member states.銆€銆€The acquisition of the Empire Brand Company is part of its "Next Generation Products" strategy, which includes e-cigarette products, vaping products, and heated tobacco products. Empire Brands believes that the company's pursuit of innovation and improvement of new tobacco products in the acquisition process is the core content of the company's brand development. Japan Tobacco will expand sales of "Ploom TECH" Recently, Japan Tobacco announced that it will expand its new heat-not-burn tobacco product "Ploom TECH" in the domestic sales area from March 2018. At present, Japan Tobacco will "Ploom TECH" ; The sales area has expanded to approximately 550 tobacco retail stores in Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Osaka, Fukuoka and other places. In these retail stores, consumers can buy "Ploom TECH" and supporting tobacco capsules.銆€銆€By April 2018, Japan Tobacco plans to promote "Ploom TECH" to approximately 1,100 tobacco retail stores and 26,000 convenience stores in Japan.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 acquisition of a smokeless tobacco manufacturer銆€銆€Swedish Match plans to acquire a Danish smokeless tobacco manufacturer called House of Oliver Twist (HoOT). HoOT is a privately-owned smokeless tobacco manufacturer with more than 200 years of development history. It is currently the oldest independent tobacco manufacturer in Denmark. It develops, produces and sells smokeless tobacco products such as chewing tobacco. Its main market is in Scandinavia. The Navia Peninsula and some other EU member states.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 head Lars · Dahlgren believes that the successful acquisition of HoOT complements Swedish Match鈥檚 smokeless tobacco product portfolio and further improves the company鈥檚 product competitiveness in the market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco will launch new tobacco products in Russia銆€銆€British American Tobacco plans to introduce heat-not-burn products in Russia鈥檚 domestic tobacco market, "Glo". British American Tobacco believes that the heat-not-burn product "Glo" will change the consumption patterns of some Russian tobacco consumers. In the future, this product will become the main brand of new tobacco products in the Russian tobacco market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco's heat-not-burn product "Glo" launched in the Russian market has a retail price of 3,500 rubles, and its heater rod retails for 130 rubles. Consumers can book online at the beginning of the market.銆€銆€Israel plans to increase taxes on new tobacco products. 銆€銆€Israel鈥檚 finance and taxation authorities plan to increase the tax rates on new tobacco products, especially heat-not-burn products, and have decided to impose the same tax rate on products such as Philip Morris International鈥檚 "iQOS" as ordinary cigarette products. However, some manufacturers of new tobacco products, including Philip Morris International, believe that the Israeli government's regulatory authorities have adopted similar regulatory and tax measures as cigarette products without fully reviewing these new tobacco products, and restrict them. It is unreasonable for smokers to obtain new tobacco products. The New Zealand court approved Philip Morris International鈥檚 sale of “iQOS” 銆€銆€ New Zealand鈥檚 Wellington High Court rejected a lawsuit against Philip Morris International, allowing the company to sell its heat-not-burn tobacco products “iQOS” in New Zealand. At present, “iQOS” There are nearly 4 million consumer groups in more than 30 countries and regions outside the United States.銆€銆€The person in charge of Philip Morris International鈥檚 New Zealand regional business believes that Philip Morris International recognizes the judgment of the Wellington High Court. However, the case also reflects the need for the government to issue regulations as soon as possible to effectively supervise new tobacco products.In 2018, new tobacco products continued the momentum of rapid growth. It is expected that by 2020, sales will surpass tobacco and cigars and become the second largest category of tobacco products after cigarettes. Therefore, major tobacco companies have further increased the research and development and promotion of new tobacco products. At the same time, the supervision of new tobacco products in various countries has become increasingly strict. It is expected that development and risks will accompany the 2018 process of new tobacco products. Imperial Brands Launches New Tobacco Products in Europe As more and more consumers turn to consume new tobacco products, in order to develop new tobacco products business, Imperial Brands (formerly known as Imperial Tobacco) acquired an Austrian vapour manufacturer— —VonErl, through which it has launched a new tobacco product——“Myblu”, and has been sold in the markets of some EU member states.銆€銆€The acquisition of the Empire Brand Company is part of its "Next Generation Products" strategy, which includes e-cigarette products, vaping products, and heated tobacco products. Empire Brands believes that the company's pursuit of innovation and improvement of new tobacco products in the acquisition process is the core content of the company's brand development. Japan Tobacco will expand sales of "Ploom TECH" Recently, Japan Tobacco announced that it will expand its new heat-not-burn tobacco product "Ploom TECH" in the domestic sales area from March 2018. At present, Japan Tobacco will "Ploom TECH" ; The sales area has expanded to approximately 550 tobacco retail stores in Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Osaka, Fukuoka and other places. In these retail stores, consumers can buy "Ploom TECH" and supporting tobacco capsules.銆€銆€By April 2018, Japan Tobacco plans to promote "Ploom TECH" to approximately 1,100 tobacco retail stores and 26,000 convenience stores in Japan.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 acquisition of a smokeless tobacco manufacturer銆€銆€Swedish Match plans to acquire a Danish smokeless tobacco manufacturer called House of Oliver Twist (HoOT). HoOT is a privately-owned smokeless tobacco manufacturer with more than 200 years of development history. It is currently the oldest independent tobacco manufacturer in Denmark. It develops, produces and sells smokeless tobacco products such as chewing tobacco. Its main market is in Scandinavia. The Navia Peninsula and some other EU member states.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 head Lars · Dahlgren believes that the successful acquisition of HoOT complements Swedish Match鈥檚 smokeless tobacco product portfolio and further improves the company鈥檚 product competitiveness in the market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco will launch new tobacco products in Russia銆€銆€British American Tobacco plans to introduce heat-not-burn products in Russia鈥檚 domestic tobacco market, "Glo". British American Tobacco believes that the heat-not-burn product "Glo" will change the consumption patterns of some Russian tobacco consumers. In the future, this product will become the main brand of new tobacco products in the Russian tobacco market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco's heat-not-burn product "Glo" launched in the Russian market has a retail price of 3,500 rubles, and its heater rod retails for 130 rubles. Consumers can book online at the beginning of the market.銆€銆€Israel plans to increase taxes on new tobacco products. 銆€銆€Israel鈥檚 finance and taxation authorities plan to increase the tax rates on new tobacco products, especially heat-not-burn products, and have decided to impose the same tax rate on products such as Philip Morris International鈥檚 "iQOS" as ordinary cigarette products. However, some manufacturers of new tobacco products, including Philip Morris International, believe that the Israeli government's regulatory authorities have adopted similar regulatory and tax measures as cigarette products without fully reviewing these new tobacco products, and restrict them. It is unreasonable for smokers to obtain new tobacco products. The New Zealand court approved Philip Morris International鈥檚 sale of “iQOS” 銆€銆€ New Zealand鈥檚 Wellington High Court rejected a lawsuit against Philip Morris International, allowing the company to sell its heat-not-burn tobacco products “iQOS” in New Zealand. At present, “iQOS” There are nearly 4 million consumer groups in more than 30 countries and regions outside the United States.銆€銆€The person in charge of Philip Morris International鈥檚 New Zealand regional business believes that Philip Morris International recognizes the judgment of the Wellington High Court. However, the case also reflects the need for the government to issue regulations as soon as possible to effectively supervise new tobacco products.In 2018, new tobacco products continued the momentum of rapid growth. It is expected that by 2020, sales will surpass tobacco and cigars and become the second largest category of tobacco products after cigarettes. Therefore, major tobacco companies have further increased the research and development and promotion of new tobacco products. At the same time, the supervision of new tobacco products in various countries has become increasingly strict. It is expected that development and risks will accompany the 2018 process of new tobacco products. Imperial Brands Launches New Tobacco Products in Europe As more and more consumers turn to consume new tobacco products, in order to develop new tobacco products business, Imperial Brands (formerly known as Imperial Tobacco) acquired an Austrian vapour manufacturer— —VonErl, through which it has launched a new tobacco product——“Myblu”, and has been sold in the markets of some EU member states.銆€銆€The acquisition of the Empire Brand Company is part of its "Next Generation Products" strategy, which includes e-cigarette products, vaping products, and heated tobacco products. Empire Brands believes that the company's pursuit of innovation and improvement of new tobacco products in the acquisition process is the core content of the company's brand development. Japan Tobacco will expand sales of "Ploom TECH" Recently, Japan Tobacco announced that it will expand its new heat-not-burn tobacco product "Ploom TECH" in the domestic sales area from March 2018. At present, Japan Tobacco will "Ploom TECH" ; The sales area has expanded to approximately 550 tobacco retail stores in Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Osaka, Fukuoka and other places. In these retail stores, consumers can buy "Ploom TECH" and supporting tobacco capsules.銆€銆€By April 2018, Japan Tobacco plans to promote "Ploom TECH" to approximately 1,100 tobacco retail stores and 26,000 convenience stores in Japan.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 acquisition of a smokeless tobacco manufacturer銆€銆€Swedish Match plans to acquire a Danish smokeless tobacco manufacturer called House of Oliver Twist (HoOT). HoOT is a privately-owned smokeless tobacco manufacturer with more than 200 years of development history. It is currently the oldest independent tobacco manufacturer in Denmark. It develops, produces and sells smokeless tobacco products such as chewing tobacco. Its main market is in Scandinavia. The Navia Peninsula and some other EU member states.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 head Lars · Dahlgren believes that the successful acquisition of HoOT complements Swedish Match鈥檚 smokeless tobacco product portfolio and further improves the company鈥檚 product competitiveness in the market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco will launch new tobacco products in Russia銆€銆€British American Tobacco plans to introduce heat-not-burn products in Russia鈥檚 domestic tobacco market, "Glo". British American Tobacco believes that the heat-not-burn product "Glo" will change the consumption patterns of some Russian tobacco consumers. In the future, this product will become the main brand of new tobacco products in the Russian tobacco market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco's heat-not-burn product "Glo" launched in the Russian market has a retail price of 3,500 rubles, and its heater rod retails for 130 rubles. Consumers can book online at the beginning of the market.銆€銆€Israel plans to increase taxes on new tobacco products. 銆€銆€Israel鈥檚 finance and taxation authorities plan to increase the tax rates on new tobacco products, especially heat-not-burn products, and have decided to impose the same tax rate on products such as Philip Morris International鈥檚 "iQOS" as ordinary cigarette products. However, some manufacturers of new tobacco products, including Philip Morris International, believe that the Israeli government's regulatory authorities have adopted similar regulatory and tax measures as cigarette products without fully reviewing these new tobacco products, and restrict them. It is unreasonable for smokers to obtain new tobacco products. The New Zealand court approved Philip Morris International鈥檚 sale of “iQOS” 銆€銆€ New Zealand鈥檚 Wellington High Court rejected a lawsuit against Philip Morris International, allowing the company to sell its heat-not-burn tobacco products “iQOS” in New Zealand. At present, “iQOS” There are nearly 4 million consumer groups in more than 30 countries and regions outside the United States.銆€銆€The person in charge of Philip Morris International鈥檚 New Zealand regional business believes that Philip Morris International recognizes the judgment of the Wellington High Court. However, the case also reflects the need for the government to issue regulations as soon as possible to effectively supervise new tobacco products.Market forecast of new tobacco products in 2018In 2018, new tobacco products continued the momentum of rapid growth. It is expected that by 2020, sales will surpass tobacco and cigars and become the second largest category of tobacco products after cigarettes. Therefore, major tobacco companies have further increased the research and development and promotion of new tobacco products. At the same time, the supervision of new tobacco products in various countries has become increasingly strict. It is expected that development and risks will accompany the 2018 process of new tobacco products. Imperial Brands Launches New Tobacco Products in Europe As more and more consumers turn to consume new tobacco products, in order to develop new tobacco products business, Imperial Brands (formerly known as Imperial Tobacco) acquired an Austrian vapour manufacturer— —VonErl, through which it has launched a new tobacco product——“Myblu”, and has been sold in the markets of some EU member states.銆€銆€The acquisition of the Empire Brand Company is part of its "Next Generation Products" strategy, which includes e-cigarette products, vaping products, and heated tobacco products. Empire Brands believes that the company's pursuit of innovation and improvement of new tobacco products in the acquisition process is the core content of the company's brand development. Japan Tobacco will expand sales of "Ploom TECH" Recently, Japan Tobacco announced that it will expand its new heat-not-burn tobacco product "Ploom TECH" in the domestic sales area from March 2018. At present, Japan Tobacco will "Ploom TECH" ; The sales area has expanded to approximately 550 tobacco retail stores in Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Osaka, Fukuoka and other places. In these retail stores, consumers can buy "Ploom TECH" and supporting tobacco capsules.銆€銆€By April 2018, Japan Tobacco plans to promote "Ploom TECH" to approximately 1,100 tobacco retail stores and 26,000 convenience stores in Japan.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 acquisition of a smokeless tobacco manufacturer銆€銆€Swedish Match plans to acquire a Danish smokeless tobacco manufacturer called House of Oliver Twist (HoOT). HoOT is a privately-owned smokeless tobacco manufacturer with more than 200 years of development history. It is currently the oldest independent tobacco manufacturer in Denmark. It develops, produces and sells smokeless tobacco products such as chewing tobacco. Its main market is in Scandinavia. The Navia Peninsula and some other EU member states.銆€銆€Swedish Match鈥檚 head Lars · Dahlgren believes that the successful acquisition of HoOT complements Swedish Match鈥檚 smokeless tobacco product portfolio and further improves the company鈥檚 product competitiveness in the market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco will launch new tobacco products in Russia銆€銆€British American Tobacco plans to introduce heat-not-burn products in Russia鈥檚 domestic tobacco market, "Glo". British American Tobacco believes that the heat-not-burn product "Glo" will change the consumption patterns of some Russian tobacco consumers. In the future, this product will become the main brand of new tobacco products in the Russian tobacco market.銆€銆€British American Tobacco's heat-not-burn product "Glo" launched in the Russian market has a retail price of 3,500 rubles, and its heater rod retails for 130 rubles. Consumers can book online at the beginning of the market.銆€銆€Israel plans to increase taxes on new tobacco products. 銆€銆€Israel鈥檚 finance and taxation authorities plan to increase the tax rates on new tobacco products, especially heat-not-burn products, and have decided to impose the same tax rate on products such as Philip Morris International鈥檚 "iQOS" as ordinary cigarette products. However, some manufacturers of new tobacco products, including Philip Morris International, believe that the Israeli government's regulatory authorities have adopted similar regulatory and tax measures as cigarette products without fully reviewing these new tobacco products, and restrict them. It is unreasonable for smokers to obtain new tobacco products. The New Zealand court approved Philip Morris International鈥檚 sale of “iQOS” 銆€銆€ New Zealand鈥檚 Wellington High Court rejected a lawsuit against Philip Morris International, allowing the company to sell its heat-not-burn tobacco products “iQOS” in New Zealand. At present, “iQOS” There are nearly 4 million consumer groups in more than 30 countries and regions outside the United States.銆€銆€The person in charge of Philip Morris International鈥檚 New Zealand regional business believes that Philip Morris International recognizes the judgment of the Wellington High Court. However, the case also reflects the need for the government to issue regulations as soon as possible to effectively supervise new tobacco products.