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The actor was walking home through the courtyard and saw Alexander smoking at the entrance to the medical center. Strakhov asked Alexander to put out his cigarette, but the latter ignored the request, for which was rebuked. During the verbal argument, St
The Gulf Cooperation Council’s customs union needs to harmonise any increases in duty on tobacco if it wants to combat the threat of illicit trade, a senior figure in one of the world’s biggest tobacco companies has said. Speaking at The Economist’s Glo
Officers stormed a number of shops in Walsall – unearthing thousands upon thousands of pounds worth of illicit cigarettes. Sniffer dog, Scamp, took the lead as the Springer Spaniel seized over 23,000 illegal cigarettes from two stores in Walsall followi
New York can continue to seek taxes from tribal retailers on cigarettes sold to non-Indians after the U.S. Supreme Court on Oct. 29 denied a petition for a…
Ninth Circuit on Monday declined to rethink two rulings that found a Native American tobacco company liable for some $58 million in excise taxes and $6 million in fees…. T
n American Indian community and Michigan officials have filed competing motions in federal court seeking quick wins in a suit over the state’s tax authority, with the community saying Michigan was…
warned its citizens against smoking marijuana in Canada, telling them that even though the country legalised weed last week, using it there was still an offence under Seoul’s own laws.
In developed countries, tobacco companies are investing in less harmful alternatives to conventional cigarettes, while in many developing nations, they’re advertising classic cigarettes as always…. Are politicians bribed by the tobacco industry? Not of
When Nova Scotia became the first jurisdiction in the world to ban menthol cigarettes in May 2015, the tobacco industry claimed that “the primary effect of this law will be to increase the illegal tobacco market in Nova Scotia.” To determine if that was
Contrary to the tobacco industry’s assertions, there was no surge in illicit cigarettes after the 2015 ban on menthol cigarette sales in Nova Scotia. Credible, industry-independent evidence on illicit cigarette trade is desperately needed to support the i
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