DUBLIN (BUSINESS WIRE) Research and Markets ( ) has announced the addition of the “World Cigarettes 1 Central and Eastern Europe 2013” report to their offering.

“World Cigarettes 1 Central and Eastern Europe 2013”

Central and Eastern Europe 2014 report is the result of extensive market research covering the Central and Eastern Europe cigarettes market. It provides an analysis of changing consumption patterns and evolving market drivers in the cigarettes industry in the region. This report provides detailed market data for cigarettes and its related segments for historic and future years.

In Belarus, as government efforts to reform the market have developed, official per capita levels have risen subsequently to 3,231 pieces in 2012 although with a fall forecast in 2013 to 2,700 pieces.

In per capita terms Bulgarian legal consumption levels are amongst the highest in the world despite the fact that population numbers are contracting quite significantly, by more than 20% over two decades.

In Czech Republic, in 2011 consumption fell marginally ( 0.2%), prior to a larger decline in 2012 of 2.7%. Rising prices and growing RYO usage are increasingly impacting on manufactured cigarette sales. Forecasts for 2013 are for a further fall of 2.4% to 20 billion pieces.

Key Topics Covered

  1. Overview
  2. Market Size
  3. Market Structure
  4. Manufacturers and Brands
  5. Taxation and Retail Prices
  6. The Smoking Population
  7. Production and Trade
  8. Operating Constraints
  9. Company Profiles
  10. Prospects and Forecasts

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Well after some googling this is what I came up with.

When researchers compared cigarette brands in the U.S. to those in Canada and Australia, they found three times higher levels of the cancer causing substance in the U.S. smokers mouths. The mouth levels are important because they give an indication of what levels if carcinogens are going into the lungs. (Smoking tobacco is a major cause of lung cancer).


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That’s fascinating. I spent a month in Europe with my boyfriend around the beginning of the year, and we noticed that it seemed like everyone was constantly smoking. And we came from a liberal arts school full of smoke stack hipsters. I wondered what that meant for their cancer rate.

I bought a couple packs of cigarettes while we were there, and they were somewhat different from cigarettes I’d smoke in America, but I just chalked it up to the brands (Ducados Rubio and Vogue). The former, which I got in Spain, I didn’t like very much they weren’t mentholated, and they tasted very earthen, which could mean fewer cancerous chemicals. They both had huge health warnings across half the pack the Spanish ones’ health warning said something about impotence (I don’t speak Spanish) and had a picture of a drooping cigarette.