Cigarettes in Vietnam, 2017




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Vietnam is one of the largest cigarette markets in South East Asia, with overall cigarette consumption estimated at 90.0 billion pieces in 2014. Sales have developed fairly consistently in recent years with the exception of 2012 when growth slowed to just 1.0%. In 2013 volumes grew 6.8%. However, this 2013 increase was followed by 11.5% fall in 2014 as the impact of higher excise-driven prices dented demand and stimulated contraband

Key Findings
The Vietnamese cigarette market is officially almost entirely supplied from local production, although domestic leaf accounts for only around 40.0% of locally manufactured cigarettes. With no majority-owned private cigarette manufacturers now permitted, the cigarette sector is dominated by the Vietnam National Tobacco Corporation (Vinataba), which is 100% state-owned. Imports were officially banned in October 1990 although since 2007 they have been permitted albeit at a prohibitive rate of duties.

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