Ken Research has announced its distribution on, “Cigarettes in Russia” which provides extensive and highly detailed current and future market trends in the Russian market. The report covers market size and structure along with per capita and overall consumption and also focuses on brand data, retail pricing, prospects and forecasts for sales and consumption to 2025.
It enables the users to get a detailed understanding of consumption for aligning their sales and marketing efforts with the latest trends in the market and also identifies the areas of growth and opportunities, which will help in framing an effective marketing planning.
The report highlights the fluctuating growth rates in regional product sales that have led to fundamental shifts in the market and offers a detailed, authoritative data on the changes that creates prime intelligence for marketers.
From next year a pack of cigarettes would cost Russian smokers as much as USD 3.61 as the government plans to raise the tax on tobacco and the potential price hike is going to become the highest for Russian consumers in modern history.
In the coming years, definitely the cigarette market is forecasted to register very less growth in the initial years ultimately leading to a downfall of the market which is anyhow related to the welfare of the economy as a whole ultimately.
Japan Tobacco International, JTI, Philip Morris, PMI, British American Tobacco, BAT, Imperial Tobacco, OJSC Donskoy Tabak,
Key Factors Considered in the Report
Cigarettes Market Russia
Cigarette Market Consumption Russia
Global Cigarette Production Volume
Russia Cigarette Market Future Outlook
Cigarette Advertisement Russia
Russia Tobacco Industry Research
Russia Cigarette Industry Trends
Russia Tobacco Export Statistics
Russia Tobacco Inport Statistics
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