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October, 2008

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12 Universal Leaf Tobacco Company
By Suzanne J. Brown
Universal Leaf Tobacco Co. celebrates 90 years of business, and continues to look towards the future for its buiness, and the world.
14 South Americaís Cigarette Trade Expanding
By John Parker
South America continues to expand its tobacco trade across the world.
18 E-Smoking
By Robert Bowden
One of the newest methods to change smoking habits is the e-smoke - but itís not the same the world over.
24 China Focuses on Developing Various Grades of Reduced Harm Cigarettes
By Allen Liao
Cigarettes use medicine and graphics?
28 Central American Leaf
By Chris Bickers
The outlook seems bright for burley.
32 Obama vs. McCain vs. US Tobacco
By J. Glynn Loope
While the US tobacco industry eyes the election, is congress the key?
34 New Zealand Importing More Cigarettes as Domestic Output Declines
By John Parker
With warnings and an increase in imports, everyone wants a piece.
38 US Leaf
By Chris Bickers
Flue-cured prospects brighten in US, if storms and frost hold off, but burley volume fizzles. Flue-cured prospects brighten in US, if storms and frost hold off, but burley volume fizzles.
40 Cigarette Imports by Central American Countries Show Upward Trend
By John Parker
Across the board, Central America imports more and more cigarettes.

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