|The local market is dominated by filter cigarettes, which account for virtually 100% of sales or 2.87 billion pieces in 2014. Most of the industrial activity in the Singapore cigarette market is centered on the import and re-export of cigarettes. The market has been almost entirely contested between three companies: Philip Morris Singapore (PMI), British American Tobacco Singapore (BAT) and Japan Tobacco International (JTI). The most significant development of recent years has been the emergence of the low priced sector.|
|Singapore is important as a major distribution center for the Asia-Pacific region, but its relatively small population, currently around 5.7 million, means it has only a small domestic cigarette market. Annual per capita consumption levels are relativelylow in regional terms, averaging 514 pieces in 2014. However, the effects of the economic difficulties, increased taxes, high non-duty paid sales, competition from RYO cigarettes, and a tightening of restrictions on tobacco consumption have depressed demand for manufactured cigarettes.|
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|Date Published: 2017-01-05|
Report: Cigarettes in Singapore, 2017
2 Market Size
3 Market Structure
4 Manufacturers & Brands
5 Taxation & Retail Prices
5.2. Retail Prices
6 The Smoking Population
7 Production & Trade
8 Operating Constraints
8.1. Advertising Restrictions
8.2. Health Warnings
8.3. Other Restrictions
9 Company Profiles
10 Prospects & Forecasts
11.1. What is this Report About?
11.2. Time Frame
11.3. Product Category Coverage
List of Tables
|Table 1: Cigarette Consumption, Million Pieces, 1990-2015|
Table 2: Per Capita Consumption, 1990-2015
Table 3: Cigarette Consumption by Type, Million Pieces, 2000-2014
Table 4: Cigarette Consumption by Type, % Breakdown, 2000-2014
Table 5: Cigarettes by Strength, % Volume, 2010
Table 6: Manufacturer Sales & Market Share, Million Pieces, 2000-2015
Table 7: Manufacturer Sales & Market Share, % Volume, 2000-2015
Table 8: Excise Duties on Cigarettes, S$Per Kg, 1992-2016
Table 9: Retail Price Trends, All Brands, S$, 2004-2014
Table 10: Smoking population, Millions and % Breakdown, 1990-2014
Table 11: Daily Smoking Prevalence by Age, Gender & Ethnic Group, % br 2010
Table 12: Prevalence of Daily Smoking by Gender & Ethnic Group, %, 1992, 1998, 2004 & 2010
Table 13: Cigarette Production, Million Pieces & %, 1990-2015
Table 14: Cigarette Imports, Million Pieces & %, 1990-2014
Table 15: Cigarette Imports by Country of Origin, Million Pieces, 2000-2014
Table 16: Cigarette Imports by Country of Origin, % Breakdown, 2000-2014
Table 17: Exports of Cigarettes, Million Pieces and % of Production, 1990-2014
Table 18: Cigarette Exports by Country of Destination, Million Pieces, 2000-2014
Table 19: Cigarette Exports by Country of Destination, % Breakdown, 2000-2014
Table 20: Cigarette Re-Exports by Country of Destination, Million Pieces, 2001-2014
Table 21: Cigarette Re-Exports by Country of Destination, % Breakdown, 2001-2014
Table 22: Cigarette Net Imports & Exports, Million Pieces, 1996-2014
Table 23: Company profile: Philip Morris Singapore Pte Ltd
Table 24: Company profile: British American Tobacco Singapore
Table 25: Company profile: JT International (Singapore) Pte Ltd
Table 26: Consumption Forecasts to 2025
List of Figures
|Figure 1: Methodology|
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Philip Morris Singapore (PMI) British American Tobacco Singapore (BAT) and Japan Tobacco International (JTI)
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Singapore is a highly developed market economy with the highest per capita GDP in the world. Singapore has a highly skilled workforce with an excellent education system making helping to make it attractive for foreign direct investment.
The main industries are electronics, chemicals, financial services, oil drilling equipment, petroleum refining, rubber products, food and beverages and life sciences. Singapore's main trading partners are Malaysia, China, Hong Kong and US.
Singapore's economy grew by 4.4% in 2013 down from 5.9% in 2012.
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The population of this region is 700 million. The region has seen a rapid growth in it's middle class and a corresponding growth in consumption.
The main trading partners of the region are China, US, Japan and EU. The ASEAN countries have securing good trade agreements with these countries.
The ASEAN countries are also looking at strengthening trade agreements with China, Japan, India, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea providing access to a market of 3 billion inhabitants, 1/3 of the world's GDP and 1/2 of the world's population.
ASEAN countries are expecting to benefit from considerable foreign direct investment from China and Japan in the coming years. This investment is expected to lead to impressive infrastructual development.
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Despite international government restrictions on smoking tobacco consumption has continued to rise due to increased consumption in developing countries.
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