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BAT Kenya net profit grows 41 per cent on increased exports

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?Cigarette maker British American Tobacco (BAT) Kenya is among the few firms that have defied the Covid-19 blues to register growth in profit.

BAT Kenya net profit grows 41 per cent on increased exports

By Macharia Kamau | 1 month ago

Are cigarette alternatives the lesser evil?

Are cigarette alternatives the lesser evil?

Since 2011 the number of annual cancer cases has risen from 28,000 to 47,000 last year.

Gatonye Gathura | 8 months ago

British American Tobacco to invest Sh12 billion in Mali state firm

British American Tobacco has signed a deal with Malian state tobacco company Sonatam to produce and distribute BAT's Dunhill International cigarettes for the West African market, Sonatam's chief told state radio on Saturday.

Reuters | 5 years ago

Flavouring and other additives increase cigarettes’ addictiveness

Ingredients that help enhance the appeal of “light” and “low-tar” cigarettes may contribute to the addictiveness of smoking, a study suggests.

Reuters | 5 years ago

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