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The list of countries, where Lucky Strike cigarette brand is the most popular (in alphabetical order): Australia, Austria, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Moldova, Netherlands or Holland, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine, United Kingdom or UK, United States of America or USA or U.S.

Lucky Strike cigarettes are manufactured in following countries: Argentina, Chile, Finland, France, Germany, Honduras, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Holland, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, USA.

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R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Holdings, Inc.

Excerpts from 2001 Annual Report

Business

R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Holdings, Inc. was incorporated as a holding company in 1970, and is listed on the NYSE as RJR. RJR's wholly owned subsidiaries include its operating subsidiaries, R. J, Reynolds Tobacco Company, referred to as RJR Tobacco, and Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company, Inc. RJR also wholly owns RJR Acquisition Corp.
RJR has one reportable operating segment, RJR Tobacco, which is the second largest cigarette manufacturer in the United States. RJR Tobacco's largest selling cigarette brands, CAMEL, WINSTON, SALEM and DORAL, were Four of the top ten best-selling brands of cigarettes in the United States in 2001. Those brands, and its other brands, including VANTAGE, MORE, NOW, MONARCH and BEST VALUE, are manufactured in a variety of styles and marketed in the United States to meet a range of adult smoker preferences.
During 1999, RJR and Nabisco Group Holdings Corp., referred to as NGH, completed a series of transactions to reorganize their businesses and capital structures. In May 1999, RJR and RJR Tobacco sold the international tobacco business to Japan Tobacco Inc. As a result of this sale, RJR Tobacco's business consists exclusively of the manufacture and sale of cigarettes in the United States and its territories, commonwealths, protectorates and possessions. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the international tobacco business was used by RJR to repurchase $4 billion of its debt. Additionally, RJR transferred $1.6 billion in cash proceeds, together with its 80.5% interest in Nabisco Holdings Corp., referred to as Nabisco, to NGH through a merger transaction. In June 1999, NGH distributed all of the outstanding shares of RJR common stock to NGH common stockholders of record as of May 27, 1999. Shares of RJR began trading separately on June 15, 1999.
On December 11, 2000, RJR acquired its former parent, NGH, a non-operating public shell company with no material assets or liabilities other than $11.8 billion in cash. RJR Acquisition Corp. paid S30 for each outstanding share of NGH, or $9.8 billion in the aggregate, and was merged into NGH, with NGH being the surviving corporation. After the merger, NGH changed its name to RJR Acquisition Corp. Net cash proceeds to RJR Acquisition Corp. were $1.5 billion, after transaction costs and payments to NGH stockholders.
On January 16, 2002, RJR acquired 100% of the voting stock of privately held Santa Fe for $340 million in cash, subject to post-closing adjustments. Fiesta Acquisition Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of RJR, merged with and into Santa Fe, and Santa Fe, being the surviving corporation, became a wholly owned operating subsidiary of RJR.
Santa Fe manufactures cigarettes, under the NATURAL AMERICAN SPIRIT brand, and other tobacco products in the United States and currently markets its products primarily in the United States. The financial condition and results of operations of Santa Fe do not meet the criteria as a reportable operating segment. As a result, information related to Santa Fe is not disclosed separately in this document.


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