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Socioeconomic and country variations in cross-border cigarette purchasing as tobacco tax avoidance strategy. Findings from the ITC Europe Surveys [FREE FULL TEXT]
Cross-border cigarette purchasing is more common in European regions bordering countries with lower cigarette prices and is more often reported by smokers with higher education and income. Increasing taxes in countries with lower cigarette prices, and red
Nov 6, 2013 Tobacco Control
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reported Tuesday a strong growth in fiscal 2013 profit, reflecting sharply lower impairment charges. Revenues declined as volumes were hurt mainly by weakness in Europe and Russia. Further, the company announced higher dividend, and said it sees modest gr
Nov 5, 2013 NASDAQ
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said full-year profit was little changed as the maker of Davidoff cigarettes increased prices to combat falling shipments in Europe. Adjusted operating profit was 3.18 billion pounds ($5.1 billion) in the 12 months ended Sept. 30 from 3.16 billion pounds
Nov 5, 2013 Business Week/Bloomberg
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[Europe] SURVEY - IRELAND has topped the EU table for the consumption of illegal and overseas-sourced tobacco.
The figures were based on the latest levels of NDP, calculated for 2012 across Europe, and the most up-to-date EU tobacco prices from August this year.
Oct 29, 2013 Evening Herald (ie)
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Europe’s largest maker of cigarettes, reported a further decline in shipments as smokers cut back from Russia to Brazil. The quantity of products sold fell 3 percent in the nine months ended Sept. 30, the London-based company said today in a statement, c
Oct 23, 2013 Bloomberg News
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More than 700,000 Europeans and more than 440,000 Americans die from smoking-related illnesses every year. Lawmakers in Europe have taken some important steps; United States regulators should do the same.
Oct 17, 2013 New York Times
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FJELDSTED: TPD reaction: Europe's doctors 'disappointed' with outcome of tobacco vote on 'several key issues'
Katrín Fjeldsted hopes that the tobacco products directive will not be weakened any further than it has been during the upcoming negotiations with EU member states.
Oct 8, 2013 The Parliament Magazine (be)
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The vote has set the stage for an e-cigarette tussle in Brussels. Will the council agree that e-cigarettes should be treated like tobacco? Or will the council continue to insist that e-cigarettes should be regulated as medicinal devices?
Oct 12, 2013 Radio Free Europe
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MEPs will be voting on the Europe-wide prohibition of menthol cigarettes - a policy no more rooted in evidentiary science than the now debunked myths which were presented during the MMR scare.
Oct 7, 2013 spiked (uk)
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The European Parliament is expected to vote today on proposed tobacco rules that address the use of additives, including burley, the News & Observer reports. As a result, some U.S. tobacco growers said the rules could result in a ban on their products in
Oct 8, 2013 National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS)
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