China Tobacco: the big smoke

  The Financial Times 
Investors should heed the health warnings posing a risk to growth
 ▼ Related news : 
'I wanted to get my tobacco back': Thug brandished chisel on pole after ciggies stolen
The Bolton News  
'Integral player' in £12 million and £10 million plots to smuggle tobacco and cigarettes into UK brought to justice after he fled to Spain
Manchester Evening News  
Former Thali Cafe restaurant in the Tobacco Factory to become farmers' market
Bristol Post  
Bitter leaves: tobacco's devastating global legacy
The Guardian  
Fearing tobacco's fate, palm oil industry fights back
Inside The Business Of E-Cigarettes And The European Tobacco Industry  
Grocery store alleged to have sold smuggled tobacco to children
EDP 24  
Could Tobacco Settlements Show Us A Road Map For Real Privacy Protection?  
Huge haul of 'illegal' cigarettes and tobacco seized in West Bromwich
Birmingham mail  
China strikes back at U.S. with new tariffs on $75 billion in goods
China Strikes Back In Trade War With Trump  
China's tariff blow weighs on Wall Street, Powell speech in focus
Oil slides as China hits US with new tariffs
The Financial Times  
Wall St. opens lower on China tariff blow
Top News !
Producers respond to Jewish criticism of Falsettos casting   Producers of the forthcoming UK premiere of Falsettos have responded to criticism over the lack of Jewish representation in the musical’s cast,
How to get £10 when you order with Deliveroo over the Bank Holiday weekend   Treat yourself to a cheap takeaway over the long weekend thanks to this amazing offer when you order via Deliveroo
Hasbro/eOne: bringing home the bacon   Juicy cost savings mean Peppa Pig is likely be an asset to US toymaker
Business ethics   Corporate purpose looks beyond profits, companies face China’s pressure in Hong Kong
Best 0% interest-free credit cards for spending and purchases up to 27 months   LOOKING to make a big purchase in 2019? Then you should think about picking up a 0 per cent purchase card. Used correctly a purchase credit card can ...
Milnthorpe zoo joins global campaign for better access to family planning   Milnthorpe’s Lakeland Wildlife Oasis has joined more than 150 other leading environmental and reproductive health organisations signing up to a first of ...
How Uber Got Lost   The once-swaggering company is losing more money and growing more slowly than ever. What happened?
As Trump Calls for Cuts, Powell Stresses Limits of Fed Policy   Fed Chair Jerome H. Powell says the central bank will do what it can to sustain the expansion
Vegans call for butcher shops to be scrapped   Norfolk vegans are calling for butcher shops to be ‘outlawed’ to encourage people to switch to a ‘healthier’ diet that doesn’t involve slaughtering animals.
China's tariff blow weighs on Wall Street, Powell speech in focus   U.S. stocks fell on Friday after China threatened to impose additional tariffs on $75 billion worth of U.S. goods, ahead of a highly anticipated speech from...
Dealz eyes Cork and Dublin for 10 new stores   Retailer has 66 stores already operating
Best of Lex: your weekly round-up   NMC Health, Ferguson, FTSE 100 CEO pay, Burford, Sotheby’s, German Bunds and dwindling equities
Tourism bosses ready for bumper bank holiday as Norfolk heats up   With a heatwave pencilled in for the bank holiday, tourism bosses across the county are getting ready for a packed weekend.
Pound euro exchange rate: GBP/EUR falls as doubts increase on UK-EU Brexit compromise   After storming higher yesterday the pound euro exchange rate is holding steady at €1.105 as doubts return to the Brexit forum, despite Prime ...
Oil slides as China hits US with new tariffs   Brent drops below $59 as Beijing imposes additional levies on $75bn of US imports
Eyes have it as Specsavers extends deal with Scottish Rugby   Sporting officials may be the butt of many fans’ jokes but that hasn’t prevented Specsavers extending its partnership with Scottish Rugby for the 2019/2020 season.
Wall St. opens lower on China tariff blow   Wall Street opened lower on Friday, as China revealed retaliatory tariffs against about $75 billion worth of U.S. goods that intensified trade tensions ahead of a much-anticipated...
Stocks Dip After China Announces Retaliatory Tariffs on U.S. Goods   Wall Street stocks and major European indexes fell after Beijing said it would answer President Trump’s next round of tariffs on Chinese goods by increasing...
North West teens dream of running their own business   New research into young people’s attitudes towards their future careers has found that 42 per cent of 16 to 24-year-olds based in the North West have the ambition to set up...
The motorways to avoid this bank holiday weekend   Transportation analytics specialists INRIX has crunched historical data and checked existing roadworks and events calendars to name the worst major roads for delays.
China's tariff blow sets Wall St. for lower open ahead of Powell speech   Wall Street was set to open lower on Friday as China's threat to impose tariffs on $75 billion worth of U.S. goods ratcheted up trade tensions ahead...
Can consumer power help the planet? This is Money podcast   It's fair to say environmental issues have moved to the forefront of the agenda in recent times - a large chunk of households in Britain are becoming more...
Greggs is on a roll as it opens its 2,000th shop in South Shields   GREGGS has opened its 2,000th shop just miles away from where its first shop opened in 1952.
Agency and bank team up for youth initiative   An Edinburgh-based development agency is taking a key role in a global bank’s multi-million-pound initiative to solve pressing social issues affecting young people.
About - Privacy & Terms -
Copyright © 2015 - Hosted on Linode