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The Director of Corporate Affairs, British American Tobacco , Carlos Humberto Suarez , said illegal snuff presence in Mexico reflects a supply chain controlled by a well organized group . A year into the country 340 million untaxed packs and lack of san
“The first two of nine bills before me today further our successful efforts to reduce smoking in New York City. Introductory Number 250-A, sponsored by Speaker Quinn and Council Members Gennaro, Chin, Palma, Van Bramer, Rodriguez, Rivera, Dromm, Vacca, B
A federal panel says General Cigar Co. Inc. can continue using the Cohiba (co-HEE-ba) trademark on its cigars in the U.S. The ruling is the latest in the nearly 16-year-old legal battle with Cuba’s state-run cigar company over the signature Cuban cigar
While inside, the banditos swiped three or four pallets of Cigarillos, filtered cigars, blunt cigars, premium cigars, tobacco wraps and cigarette papers — worth about $100,000 before fleeing, deputies said. Now lawmen are trying to smoke them out.
Bokhari has made much of his fortune moving large amounts of tobacco products from Pennsylvania, where there is no tax, into New England where taxes are as high as 90 percent. But the I-Team has learned Bokhari is now under federal investigation for all
one or more of the major credit card issuers are scrutinizing transactions in which their cards are used for remote sales of cigars and other tobacco products. In 2005, the major credit card companies entered into an agreement regarding remote sales of c
Skokie resident and former Illinois Public Defender Richard Steven Connors smuggled “truckloads” of Cuban cigars into the country, according to two state law journals.
In order to save part of the tobacco industry from higher taxes, and overregulation, retailers, with the assistance of cigar-supportive lawmakers, have introduced legislation sponsored by 220-plus members of the House of Representatives and 14 members in