British American Tobacco Ind., P.L.C. BAT

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British American Tobacco Ind., P.L.C. British American Tobacco: Defense


The abbreviation for the British American Tobacco Ind., P.L.C. is British American Tobacco. It is operating under British American Tobacco Ind., P.L.C., London, England. Brown & Williamson Tobacco corporation is a subsidiary of the London-based British-American Tobacco PLC, circa 1994 (NYT 5/13/94). Chairman of British-American Tobacco Co. Ltd., circa 1985: E.A.A. Bruell (R.G. Baker LT 2/4/85 & chart Brown & Williamson#68582458). British American Tobacco Industries owns Brown & Williamson U.S. (Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation); British American Tobacco Cigaretten Fabriken (Germany); Souza Cruz (Brazil); British American Tobacco (Producer of cigarettes in more than 45 countries for domestic and export markets in Europe; Australia, Latin America, Asia and Africa.); British American Tobacco associated with Imasco Inc., Canada (Imasco is the parent company for Imperial Tobacco). British American Tobacco is parent company to several insurance and financial services including Farmers Group (U.S.); Eagle Star (U.K.); and Allied Dunbar (U.K.). (British American Tobacco Industries Annual Review and Financial Statement, London; British American Tobacco Industries, 1993.)

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