Strategies of Tobacco Industry
Using all possible means: marketing, sponsoring, smuggling, political interference and legal threats – the tobacco industry operates worldwide.
Alternative Livelihoods to Tobacco Growing
A world full of alternative livelihoods: carrots and potatoes, kenaf and bamboo – the rich sources of income free from tobacco.
One of the first countries establishing plain packaging
Tobacco growing endangers food safty
Brazil - biggest raw tobacco exporter worldwide
Among the Top Five of tobacco producing countries in Europe
More than 46,500 people are killed by tobacco-caused disease
Biggest tobacco producer and market worldwide
Small country, far reaching tobacco control
More than 18,300 people are killed by tobacco-caused disease
The world's third largest tobacco producer
More than 33,300 people are killed by tobacco-caused disease
More than 93,800 people are killed by tobacco-caused disease
The biggest shareholder of Japan Tobacco is the Japanese state still holding one third of the company shares
Tobacco cultivation for British American Tobacco in East Africa
More than 4,010 people are killed by tobacco-caused disease
More than 7,600 people are killed by tobacco-caused disease
Malawi is the most tobacco-dependent economy in the world.
More than 19,100 people are killed by tobacco-caused disease
More than 46,000 people are killed by tobacco-caused disease
One of the only countries without tobacco production
More than 71,850 people are killed by tobacco-caused disease
More than 396,070 people are killed by tobacco-caused disease
Women and children are extraordinally targeted by agressive tobacco advertising strategies
Cigarettes are an important exchange good in civil war
One of the poorest countries in the world and one of the leading tobacco producers of Africa
The total revenues of the world's 6 largest tobacco companies equate to 96% of the Gross National Income of Thailand
The total revenues of the world's 6 largest tobacco companies are approximately 99% larger than the Gross National Income of Togo
More than 6,900 people are killed by tobacco-caused disease
More than 83,100 people are killed by tobacco-caused disease
Tobacco is one of Uganda’s main export goods
Exemplary tobacco control
Number four in tobacco production worldwide
Among Malawi and Tanzania a leading tobacco producer of Africa
Alliance One International - second largest tobacco leaf company of the world
As the US market leader, the company is the fourth largest cigarette maker of the world.
A small cigarette factory in the Russion exclave
Cigarette corporation no. 3 in the world
Brown & Williamson was incorporated with RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company in Reynolds American.
The world's largest cigarette corporation dominates 44% of the world market in cigarettes.
By acquiring Reemtsma and Altadis, the corporation grew to be No. 6 in the world of cigarette makers.
Canadian subsidiary of BAT
Japan Tobacco International is the world's no. 5 cigarette corporation. The parent company Japan Tobacco is one-third owned by the Japanese state.
Philip Morris International (PMI) - zweitgrößter Zigarettenkonzern der Welt
Das zweitgrößte Zigarettenunternehmen in Deutschland hat eine lange Geschichte und stand im Dritten Reich dem Nazi-regime nahe.
Reynolds American was generated by incorporating RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company and Brown & Williamson and is fully owned by BAT.
The Canadian company is a subsidiary of PMI
Universal Corporation - ist das weltweit führende Rohtabakunternehmen.