One of the key features of the Nigerian cigarette market concerns the fact that it is one of the few in the world where non-duty paid sales were traditionally higher than legitimate volumes. Historically, this situation was brought about by excessively high import duties, but in recent years, despite a situation where import duties have been reduced, the problem has been perpetuated by inefficient border controls and rampant smuggling from neighboring markets such as Benin.
The Nigerian cigarette market improved government efforts to stamp out illegal trade, sales were estimated to have reached 17.5 billion pieces in 2014 with projections for 2015 indicating that sales will reach 18.4 billion pieces. The country's two principal manufacturers are British American Tobacco (Nigeria) Ltd, and the smaller independent International Tobacco Company (ITC) Ltd. BAT accounted for 75% of the duty paid market in 2014 with its Benson & Hedges brand holding around a quarter of sales.
- The duty paid market is expected to slowly strengthen assisted by GDP growth and strong expansion in Nigeria's population. - The market will still be affected by the presence of contraband, although industry and government efforts should reduce its profile further, to the benefit of the duty paid sector. - The expected tightening of restrictions on smoking in public is set to have an impact, although its extent remains unquantifiable. - Volumes are forecast to reach 28.0 billion pieces by 2025, 52.3% up on 2015 levels. - In per capita terms, based on current population trends, this will equate to a 20.3% increase to 121 pieces. - Filter cigarettes now dominate, accounting for over 99% of duty paid sales. - Virginia blend brands are popular in the legitimate market, with American blends taking a growing share. - Mentholated brands are also important with around a quarter of sales. - King size/long lengths are now the largest sector with over 90% of sales. The majority of sales are in packs of 20.
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British American Tobacco NIgeria (BAT)
International Tobacco Company (ITC)
Table of Contents 1. Overview 6 2. Market Size 8 3. Market Structure 13 4. Manufacturers & Brands 15 5. Taxation & Retail Prices 18 5.1. Taxation 18 5.2. Retail Prices 18 6. The Smoking Population 21 7. Production & Trade 24 7.1. Production 24 1.1 Imports 25 7.2. Exports 29 8. Operating Constraints 31 8.1. Advertising Restrictions 31 8.2. Health Warnings 32 8.3. Other Restrictions 33 9. Company Profiles 35 10. Prospects & Forecasts 36 11. Appendix 38 11.1. What is this Report About? 38 11.2. Time Frame 39 11.3. Product Category Coverage 40 11.4. Methodology 41 11.5. About GlobalData 43 11.6. Disclaimer 44 11.7. Contact Us 45 List of TablesList of Tables Table 1: Cigarette Consumption, Billion Pieces, 1990-2015 9 Table 2: Duty Paid & Non-Duty Paid Cigarette Consumption, Billion Pieces, 1990-2013 10 Table 3: Per Capita Consumption, 1990-2015 11 Table 4: Cigarette Market by Pack Type, Billion Pieces, 2000-2008 13 Table 5: Cigarette Market by Pack Type, %, 2000-2008 13 Table 6: Manufacturer Sales & Market Shares, billion Pieces, 2000-2015 15 Table 7: Manufacturer Sales & Market Shares, % Volume, 2000-2015 16 Table 8: Brands by Category 19 Table 9: Average Retail Prices of cigarette Brands in Ibadan, Nigeria, May 2013 19 Table 10: Price Index 9Alcohol & Tobacco), 2009-2015 20 Table 11: Smoking Population, 1990-2014 21 Table 12: Smoking Prevalence by Region ( Nigeria), %, 2012 23 Table 13: Cigarette Production, Million Pieces & % 1990-2014 24 Table 14: Imports of Cigarettes, 1990-2014 25 Table 15: Imports by Country of Origin, 2000-2014, Million Pieces 27 Table 16: Imports by Country of Origin, 2000-2014, Million Pieces 28 Table 17: Imports by Country of Origin, 2000-2014, Million Pieces 29 Table 18: Company profile: British American Tobacco (Nigeria) Ltd 35 Table 19: Consumption Forecasts to 2025 37 List of Figures
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