British American Tobacco (BAT), the maker of Lucky Strike and Dunhill, has raised its full-year revenue outlook, saying demand for its products has been resilient during the Covid-19 pandemic, while a further boost came from an earlier-than-expected lifting of SA’s tobacco ban.

BAT expects a global volume decline of cigarette and tobacco-heating products of about 5%, having previously expected a fall of about 7%...

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