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===Factory Openings and Closures===
 
===Factory Openings and Closures===
  
Japan Tobacco International plans to launch a global business services centre in Poland that would hire more than 850 people. <ref>[https://www.reuters.com/article/poland-factors/poland-factors-to-watch-nov-5-idUSL8N27L1OJ Poland - Factors to Watch Nov 5], 5 November 2019, Accessed 26 November 2019 </ref> Japan Tobacco International has leased about 6,000 square meters in the Senator Business Center in St. Petersburg. The tobacco company plans to open a global business support center. <ref>[https://abnews.ru/2019/11/27/japan-tobacco-international-otkroet-v-peterburge-globalnyj-czentr-podderzhki-biznesa/ Japan Tobacco International откроет в Петербурге глобальный центр поддержки бизнеса], AB News, 11 November 2019, Accessed 27 November 2019 </ref>
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Japan Tobacco International plans to launch a global business services centre in Poland that would hire more than 850 people. <ref>[https://www.reuters.com/article/poland-factors/poland-factors-to-watch-nov-5-idUSL8N27L1OJ Poland - Factors to Watch Nov 5], 5 November 2019, Accessed 26 November 2019 </ref>
  
 
Japan Tobacco has 35 international and six Japanese domestic factories. {{r|JTI_Sustainability|p=7}} SEKAP plant in Xanti, Greece, announced in October 2018 that production of the products of new owner Japan Tobacco International has started, just two-and-a-half months after the Greek tobacco company’s takeover. <ref> [http://www.ekathimerini.com/234019/article/ekathimerini/business/sekap-plant-starts-making-jti-tobacco-products SEKAP plant starts making JTI tobacco products], ''Ekathimerini.com'', October 2018, Accessed 15 December 2018</ref> Japan Tobacco International has commenced production of its Winston brand for Greece and another nine countries at the once state-owned Sekap facility. <ref>[https://www.tornosnews.gr/en/tourism-businesses/new-investments/37380-jti-to-produce-winston-cigarette-brand-at-sekap-facility-in-northeastern-greece.html JTI to produce Winston cigarette brand at Sekap facility in northeastern Greece], Tornos News, 30 October 2019, Accessed 26 November 2019 </ref>
 
Japan Tobacco has 35 international and six Japanese domestic factories. {{r|JTI_Sustainability|p=7}} SEKAP plant in Xanti, Greece, announced in October 2018 that production of the products of new owner Japan Tobacco International has started, just two-and-a-half months after the Greek tobacco company’s takeover. <ref> [http://www.ekathimerini.com/234019/article/ekathimerini/business/sekap-plant-starts-making-jti-tobacco-products SEKAP plant starts making JTI tobacco products], ''Ekathimerini.com'', October 2018, Accessed 15 December 2018</ref> Japan Tobacco International has commenced production of its Winston brand for Greece and another nine countries at the once state-owned Sekap facility. <ref>[https://www.tornosnews.gr/en/tourism-businesses/new-investments/37380-jti-to-produce-winston-cigarette-brand-at-sekap-facility-in-northeastern-greece.html JTI to produce Winston cigarette brand at Sekap facility in northeastern Greece], Tornos News, 30 October 2019, Accessed 26 November 2019 </ref>

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