World Cigarettes Uzbekistan focuses on the extent to which the market has evolved during the last twelve years in line with changing smoking habits in Uzbekistan, 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.
Smoking prevalence is low in Uzbekistan, currently estimated at 10.7%, with 92.3% of these being male. Only around 1.5% of Uzbek women smoke.
The market is considered to have substantial long term growth potential, but only if tighter market controls can successfully transfer contraband volumes to the legitimate market. In 2012 legitimate duty paid sales amounted to 10.3 billion pieces with overall consumption, including contraband up at 17.5 billion pieces.
BAT dominates the market with a share approaching 90% with others present on the fringes including KT&G, PMI, JTI, Imperial Tobacco and European Tobacco.
Table of Contents
Cigarette Consumption (Duty Paid), 1990-2013
Per Capita Consumption (Duty Paid), 1990-2013
Cigarette Consumption (Overall), 1990-2013
Per Capita Consumption (Overall), 1990-2013
Market Breakdown by Price Segment, 2001-2002 & 2005-2006
Manufacturers & Brands
Manufacturer Sales & Market Shares, 2000-2013
Taxation & Retail Prices
Excise Rates, 2009-2013
Retail Prices, Selected Brands, 2008 & 2010
The Smoking Population
Smoking Population, 1990-2012
Production & Trade
Production of Cigarettes, 1990-2012
Imports of Cigarettes, 1992-2012
Imports by Country of Origin, 2006-2012
Exports of Cigarettes, 1996-2012
Uzbekistan Exports to Kyrgyzstan, 2003-2010
Health Warnings/Labelling Requirements
Prospects & Forecasts
Consumption Forecasts to 2022
List Of Tables
List Of Figures