???ぎ?? Brazil - Derby, Free and Carlton all increased sales whilst Hollywood declined in 1996.
???ぎ?? USA - GPC, Brown & Williamson's biggest brand, was static with a 5.8% share of market Misty increased share marginally whilst all other of B&Ws brands were either flat or declining.
???ぎ?? India - Share growth was mainly driven by Wills Gold Flake and Capstan.
???ぎ?? Combined Exports - State Express 555, Hilton, Viceroy and John Player Gold Leaf volumes all grew in 1996 whilst Kent sales declined.
???ぎ?? Canada - Du Maurier increased market share to 30.5%, but Players declined due to increased competition from RJR's Export A.
???ぎ?? Germany - HB share continued to decline in 1996, West (the second largest brand on the market) is now two share points above HB. Lucky Strike increased market share to 22% in 1996.
???ぎ?? Pakistan - share gains for Embassy and John Player Gold Leaf were offset by declines in all other British American Tobacco brands.
???ぎ?? Japan - Kent 1, Kool Mi Ids and Capri all increased market share in 1996.
???ぎ?? Russia - British American Tobacco's local brands Yava, Kosmos and Astra all showed solid growth, overall sales were flat however, due to the decline of Prima, Lucky Strike, Hollywood and Pall Mall.
???ぎ?? Argentina - Company volume continues to decline. Camel (licensed by British American Tobacco from R J Reynolds) increased market share to 33% in 1996.
Excerpts from The World cigarette market, British American Tobacco, 1997