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Not up in smoke – emerging market cigar sales stay strong

Wednesday, February 26, 2014 - 01:42

Feb. 26 - Cigars are no longer sealing the deal in the UK as a drop in sales means they could almost disappear by 2026. But worldwide demand for Cuba’s finest will keep them rolling off production lines.

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The -- long been associated with wealth success and sealing the deal Winston Churchill -- until it hits in prom date. But it the past five years cigar consumption is -- and I think in the UK nicely down to making bounds and ever increasing to back attacks. If current trends continue to -- could actually banished from Britain like 20/20 sixth but that's not the picture every -- -- is sixteenth annual golf festival in Havana on actress and found his pay homage to one of the island's most important and successful exports. We Spansion hiking day is -- president about -- SA which aims to trade market every prance to keep it makes the golf. We are quite happy with the performance of followers -- bless you. We increased 8% and revenues much higher than the average of the election industry that less than 2% on his growth despite Jintao. The -- to packet which uses -- still facing tough conditions. And to top it consume as other fields. Concerning our main challenges. -- Most probably not to remind it where you have very restrictive on the smoking bonuses and also a build up -- financial crisis. I mean right. Growth is coming from the American mind. Quite focused in an upbeat on Middle -- and -- Venetian. My house is also noticed special to cigar quote to yet -- in it to target B mouse my kids. Sales may be carrying a -- -- in the UK. But imagine market demand looks likely to keep Cuba's national trash -- rolling off the production lines for sometime to come. Me it breaks for rice's.

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Not up in smoke – emerging market cigar sales stay strong

Wednesday, February 26, 2014 - 01:42