Analysis of the hottest international and Chinese

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Analysis of international and Chinese tobacco packaging market (I)

at present, 132 countries and regions around the world produce cigarettes, and the total annual production of cigarettes is 1 200million boxes (50000 pieces =250 pieces =1 box)

the world tobacco pattern can be roughly divided into four families, one is the American Philip Morris Company (PM, now renamed Altria group), one is the European British American Tobacco Company (BAT), one is the Asian Japan Tobacco Company (JT), and the other is China tobacco, which should slowly apply the corresponding load at a certain speed during the experiment

in 2002, the cigarette sales of Philip Morris, British American Tobacco and Japan Tobacco were 18million cases, 16.5 million cases and 9million cases respectively, accounting for 17%, 15.3% and 8.3% of the global market share respectively, accounting for 40.6% of the global market, far ahead of the international tobacco market

the following international large-scale tobacco enterprises are: the British Imperial Tobacco Company has 3.59 million boxes, ranking fourth; Gallaher tobacco company in the UK ranked fifth with 2.8 million boxes; China's Hongta Group ranks sixth with 2.77 million boxes; Renault tobacco Holdings (r.j.r) of the United States ranked seventh with 1.93 million crates. With the continuous reshuffle of the world's tobacco industry, the rankings of other enterprises often change, except for the top three pm, bat and JT, which have not changed for many years

Chinese tobacco has three 1/3 characteristics in the world tobacco pattern, that is, 1/3 of the global cigarette market, 1/3 of the global cigarette production, and 1/3 of the global tobacco production. Among the four major families of tobacco in the world, China's weakness is relatively obvious. Both the competitiveness of products and the competitiveness of the market are still very weak. Although China's tobacco production is large, it is mainly sold in the domestic market and does not compete with foreign cigarettes in the market. In the international tobacco export market, China's total tobacco exports account for only 3.5% of the world's total exports, and the total cigarette exports account for only 0.3% of the world's total exports, which is not strong

from the perspective of the world cigarette sales market, Japan is the world's largest cigarette importer, followed by France and Italy, which have experienced the same geological layout effect, while China is the world's largest cigarette consumption market

ranked by annual output, the world's major cigarette producing countries:

(countries with an output of more than 2million large boxes)

1 China: 34.45 million boxes

2 United States: 11.9 million boxes

3 Japan: 5.5 million cases

4 Russia: 5.45 million boxes

5 Indonesia: 4.96 million boxes

6 Germany: 4.25 million boxes

7 UK: 3million cases

8 Brazil: 2.65 million boxes

9 Netherlands: 2.57 million boxes

10 Turkey: 2.39 million boxes

11 India: 2.3 million boxes

12 South Korea: 2.1 million cases

(countries with an output of more than 1 million cases)

13 Poland: 1.95 million cartons

14 Spain: 1.58 million cartons

15 Philippines: 1.36 million boxes

16 Egypt: 1.35 million boxes

17 Ukraine: 1.22 million boxes

display multi sample color curve clusters and data processing 18 Pakistan: 1.05 million boxes

19 Italy: 1million cartons

after approval, it fell behind 20 Canada: 1million cases

21 Vietnam: 1million cases

22 Czech Republic: 630000 boxes

23 Thailand: 600000 cases

24 South Africa: 550000 boxes

25 Malaysia: 400000 cases

26 Iran: 340000 boxes

27 Morocco: 280000 cases

because most of the products of transnational tobacco companies are sold to the international market, the output and sales of the above cigarette producing countries are not equal, except for a few countries such as China, where the degree of internationalization of tobacco is low and the tobacco output is basically equal to its sales volume. In addition, due to different data sources, the above data may deviate slightly from the actual data

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