<p><b>Second-biggest pharmacy net in USA stops selling cigarettes</b></p> <p>Second-biggest pharmacy net in USA - CVS - has declared that from October 2014 will stop selling <a href="http://www.cigarettehouse.net"><b>cigarettes</b></a> and tobacco products at all, writes The Wall Street Journal. It is a significant blow for tobacco industry that edition evaluates in amount of 100 billion USD a year and CVS as well, that according to its own estimation will lose 2 billion USD of earnings a year (now - approximately 123 billion USD). However this step should improve CVS public image, standing it out against competitors and further development of its format "hospital in pharmacy".</p> <p>WSJ marks that <b>cigarettes</b> sales in USA are falling persistently (in 2013 - by 4%), share of adult smokers has reduced up to 18.1% in 2012 from 42% in 1965.</p>