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Ceylon Tobacco Company PLC
Traded as Template:Colombo Stock Exchange
  • Tobacco
  • Food and Beverage
Founded 1932
Headquarters ,
Area served
Sri Lanka
Key people
  • S. Rathnayake (Chairman)
  • F. Ferraz (CEO)
Revenue Increase US$ 780 million (2019)
Operating income
Increase US$ 152.983 million (2019)
Increase US$ 95.348 million (2019)
Total assets Decrease US$ 147.337 million (2019)
Total equity Decrease US$ 25.535 million (2019)
Owner British American Tobacco
Number of employees
Parent British American Tobacco Holdings (Sri Lanka) BV (84.13%)
Philip Morris International (8.32%)

Ceylon Tobacco Company PLC (CTC) is a Sri Lankan tobacco company engaged in the manufacture, marketing and export of cigarettes. It is a subsidiary of British American Tobacco. CTC is the second largest company traded on the Colombo Stock Exchange. CTC enjoys a virtual monopoly in the manufacture of cigarettes in the country. Cigarette brands marketed by CTC in Sri Lanka include Bristol, Capstan, Dunhill, John Player Gold Leaf, Lucky Strike, Pall Mall and Three Roses.

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