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The latest figures on premium cigar imports show a small slowdown in overall shipments, but with gains from the two biggest producers.
George Gershel, who spent nearly 50 years working in the cigar industry, died on September 20 in Rougemont, Switzerland. He was 89 years old.
Denmark-based tobacco giant Scandinavian Tobacco Group A/S has agreed to acquire Royal Agio Cigars for $231 million.
Davidoff of Geneva USA, the U.S.-based subsidiary of Oettinger Davidoff AG, has announced two new promotions within the company.
The Premium Cigar Association—the organization formerly known as the IPCPR—has canceled its plans to open one day of its 2020 trade show to consumers.
The Nicaraguan Chamber of Tobacco (CNT) has released more information on Puro Sabor 2020, and cigar fans can finally buy tickets.
Craig Reynolds, who currently serves as the executive vice president of global handmade cigars for Scandinavian Tobacco Group (STG), will be leaving his position next year.
After canceling 2019's Nicaraguan Cigar Festival due to political unrest, the Nicaraguan Chamber of Tobacco (CNT) has announced that the 2020 Puro Sabor will be held from January …
After nearly three years, José Blanco is leaving EPC Cigar Co.