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The Court of International Trade denied bids by a cigar company and an importer to dismiss claims they failed to pay more than $3 million in excise taxes on cigars imported from the Dominican Republic on Wednesday, saying the federal government has suffic
a private Midtown cigar club on the penthouse floor of 666 Fifth Avenue, Mr. Sharpton looked downright stately. Reporters have tagged along with him to the Grand Havana over the years, because few things get between Mr. Sharpton and his daily cigar, and
Enjoying tobacco and alcohol is certain not to have featured in Ms. May’s talks this week with Prince Mohammed. Human rights…in Yemen did. In contrast to Mr. Churchill, who, perhaps insensitively and arrogantly, refused to compromise on his principles a
The tax on cigarette and tobacco products in New York State has two separate rate systems – one for cigarettes and one for tobacco products… Whatever its future, the Cigarettes and Tobacco Products Tax in New York is clearly a force to be reckoned with,
The bulk of 22nd Century’s revenue comes from production of traditional tobacco products, such as filtered cigars, and from very-low-nicotine cigarettes, its Spectrum-branded line, sold to government agencies for use in public-health studies. The company
Mr Stonehouse said he had concerns about a proposed change which would make it illegal for people under 18 to sell tobacco products. He said it would be an obstacle for small business which employed under-18s, while making it harder for teenagers to fin
The XX Habanos Festival has come to an end with the Gala Evening -in tribute to a very special edition, that of its 20th Anniversary- for the world’s best tobacco lovers from more than 70 countries. The new Línea Maduro of Partagás was presented, incorpo
A surge in sales of Cuba’s legendary cigars in China helped manufacturer Habanos S.A.’s global revenue rise 12 percent to hit a record of around $500 million last year, the company said on Monday at the start of Cuba’s annual cigar festival.
Despite not one but two smoking bans, you can still smoke in Manhattan—if you know where to go It has been more than six years since a smoking ban descended upon New York City, though for aficionados it seems an eternity ago. The city ban went into effe