Southern Crop

Southern Crop

China Tobacco Looks to Take on Global Cigarette Makers

A monopoly in the world’s largest cigarette market is no longer enough for China National Tobacco. The combination of a slowing domestic economy, and efforts by health officials to curb smoking in a country where over a quarter of the adult population are regular users, means the company is now taking aim at western rivals in global markets.

Read More

Related Articles

Bayer CEO Sets Course With Monsanto Deal

Having only been in his role with Bayer as Chief Executive for less than 5 months, the acquisition of Monsanto has played a huge role in defining Werner Baumann’s leadership with the company.   Read more 

Read More »

“There is a great deal of frustration in farm country because we are missing opportunities to grow our exports,” Roberts said. “I believe that the renegotiation of NAFTA could provide just that opportunity. Strengthening and modernizing NAFTA should result in even stronger economic growth for the United States and for Canada and[…]

Read More »