World Cigarettes Syria

World Cigarettes Syria

Category : Materials & Chemicals
March  2014  Pages : 33



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Synopsis
World Cigarettes Syria focuses on the extent to which the market has evolved during the last twelve years in line with changing smoking habits in Syria, the competitive environment and economic developments. The end result is an accurate and objective interpretation of market trends (since 1990) and directions, assessing underlying currents of change and projecting the market scenarios of the future, providing forecasts to 2022.
Summary
The current situation in Syria is adversely affecting every aspect of life in the country and in terms of the cigarette market has led to a 30% drop in legitimate sales since 2010, bringing sales down to 23.15 billion pieces in 2012, with a further 9.3% decline forecast for 2013. Non-duty paid sales increased their share from 13.8% in 2010 to 30.2% in 2012. As a result, GOT's share increased from 32.3% in 2011 to 62.6% in 2012 and a projected 76.2% in 2013 with few multinational brands now available in the legitimate market.

Table of Contents
Overview
Market Size
Duty Paid Cigarette Consumption, 1990-2013
Per Capita Consumption, 1990-2013
Total Cigarette Market, 1993-2012
Market Structure
Manufacturers & Brands
Manufacturer Sales & Market Share, 2000-2013
Taxation & Retail Prices
Taxation
Retail Prices
Cigarette Price Index, 2005-2010
Retail Prices, Leading Brands, March 2012
The Smoking Population
Smoking Population, 1990-2012
Production & Trade
Production
Cigarette Production, 1990-2011
Imports
Imports of Cigarettes, 1993-2012
Imports by Country of Origin, 2003-2010
Exports to Syria, 2010-2012
Exports/Re-Exports
Operating Constraints
Advertising Restrictions
Health Warnings
Government Restrictions
Company Profiles
General Organisation of Tobacco (GOT)
Prospects & Forecasts
Consumption Forecasts to 2022
List Of Tables
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List Of Figures
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