Summary Norway has a small cigarette market due to its small population, a lack of domestic production, and high tobacco taxes. However, cigarettes are still the most popular tobacco products in the country, with snus and RYO also forming large parts of the market. Year-on-year declines in the consumption of duty paid factory-made cigarettes on the domestic market are forecast for the coming years. Increases in taxation, the retail display ban, and ever-stricter smoking controls will further reduce demand and the government is determined to make smoking a severely anti-social habit.
Key Findings As of 2015, there were 896,000 smokers in Norway, at 22% of the population. However this is down from 44% in 1990.
All cigarettes are imported into Norway, with Germany accounting for a 35.9% share of imports.
BAT Norway is the dominant company, with a 51.1% market share as of 2015.
The Prince brand of cigarettes from BAT is the most popular, accounting for a 35.4% market share.
Synopsis Cigarettes in Norway is an analytical report by Canadean that provides extensive and highly detailed current and future market trends in the Norwegian market. It covers market size and structure along with per capita and overall consumption. Additionally, it focuses on brand data, retail pricing, prospects and forecasts for sales and consumption till 2025.
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