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CIMB Research keeps reduce call on BAT

KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Equities Research is keeping its Reduce call on BAT due to its rich valuations. Its target price is RM28.51 compared with the last traded price of RM36.28.


Please stop hurting us

‘BROTHER, I know you’re stressed, and it’s addictive, but please stop smoking because it hurts our family and I want you to lead a healthy and happy life.’


Tobacco firms point out real threat

KUALA LUMPUR: Smaller cigarette packs of 10 sticks will provide an alternative to adult smokers now caught between unaffordable legal packs or the cheap illegal cigarettes, says British American Tobacco Malay­sia (BAT).


Not ‘kiddie pack’ but mini pack, and there are reasons: Tobacco firms (corrected)

TOBACCO companies have said there are reasons for introducing small cigarette packs in Malaysia.


Customs snuff out over one billion illegal cigarettes in three months

GEORGE TOWN: More than a billion sticks of smuggled cigarettes worth RM86.74mil were seized in the country in the first three months of the year.


Sellers of fake ciggies undeterred by risks involved

KUALA LUMPUR: The demand for cheap illegal cigarettes continues to yield good profits for retailers nationwide who blatantly disregard the risks of getting caught.


Friday's Budget: Smokers likely to feel heat but drinkers may continue cheer

PETALING JAYA: Analysts expect a moderate hike in tobacco excise duty but the brewery sector may be spared any tax increases in the upcoming Budget 2012 which will be tabled on Friday.


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BAT remains upbeat despite challenges

British American Tobacco (M) Bhd (BAT) is still optimistic of growth despite tightening tobacco legislations, high level of illicit tobacco trade and inflationary pressures.


Healthy prospect for consumer spending

IN 2005, interest will centre on the consumer sector, which has been going strong for a number of years now.Today we bring you comments by Nestle (M) Bhd managing director Sullivan O'Carroll, British American Tobacco (M) Bhd managing director Andrew Gray and Theo de Rond, managing director of Guinness Anchor Bhd.