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[USA] Trump had a chance to cut Canada's dairy tariffs. He walked away

For example, the United States has a 350% tariff on some tobacco products
CNN/Money
added Jun 13, 2018 06:18
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[Ireland] Revenue ‘wants Drinagh man’s head on a platter’

John Daly, The Paddock, Drinagh, was convicted at a court sitting last October of selling cigarettes and tobacco, without paying duty on them. A SOLICITOR has asked why the Revenue Commissioners appear to ‘want his client’s head on a platter’.
The Southern Star (ie)
added Jun 13, 2018 06:15
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[UK] Tobacco compliance and rapid reviews

2018 - The Tobacco and Related Products Regulations 2016 came into full effect in May 2017; this report provides an overview of the compliance of nicotine inhaling devices with these Regulations across participating Regions in England.
Chartered Trading Standards Institute (uk)
added Jun 13, 2018 05:38
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New York High Court OKs Pre-Collection Of Cigarette Taxes On Tribal Land ($$)

In a June 7 ruling, the New York Court of Appeals found that enforcement of a law that requires retailers on reservation land to prepay taxes on cigarette sales to patrons who are not members of the Seneca Nation of Indians does not run afoul of Indian L
Lexis Nexis
added Jun 12, 2018 02:57
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[Ireland] Ten men sent for trial over illegal cigarette factory in Louth

Ten men charged following the discovery of a multi-million euro illegal cigarette factory in Co. Louth have been sent forward for trial to Dundalk Circuit Court. The group of Bulgarian and Lithuanian nationals had been charged earlier contrary to the Fi
Irish Examiner (ie)
added Jun 12, 2018 02:07
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[Ireland] ARCHIVE: Revenue seeking ‘pound of flesh’ in cigarette duty case

A solicitor representing a junior minister’s brother facing a charge of failing to declare €400 of cigarettes he had for sale in his shop yesterday queried why the Revenue Commissioners were seeking “a pound of flesh”. John Daly, of the Paddock, Drinag
Irish Examiner (ie)
added Jun 12, 2018 02:03
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[Ireland] Stand-off between judge and Revenue drags out John Daly tobacco case

John Daly, brother of the junior health minister Jim Daly, has admitted having illegal tobacco for sale in his shop without having paid the necessary duty. The case has been before the judge Mary Dorgan on at least three occasions since October, but she
Times Of London (uk)
added Jun 12, 2018 02:00
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[UK] Leamington shop owner fined after selling illegal cigarettes

he owner of a Leamington shop has been fined after being caught selling illegal cigarettes by an undercover officer. Following a tip-off that illegal cigarettes and tobacco were being sold at Canal Mini Market on Clemens Street in Leamington, an undercove
Leamington Spa Courier (uk)
added Jun 12, 2018 01:46
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[New York] COURT RULES IT'S LEGAL TO TAX CIG­A­RETTES SOLD TO NON-NATIVE AMERICANS ON RESER­VA­TIONS

According to a treaty and a statute with the Seneca Nation, the state is supposed to be prohibited from taxing "Indian reservation activities." But the court made its decision based on a revised version of state law 471, which now allows for that type o
Spectrum News
added Jun 11, 2018 07:58
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[Canada] Quebec Resident Sentenced to Jail for Possession of Unmarked Fine-Cut Tobacco

On June 6, 2017, based on an investigation by the Cornwall Regional Task Force, a vehicle was searched under the Excise Act, 2001. The search revealed 872,000 grams of unmarked fine-cut tobacco. All tobacco products were seized and forfeited.
Ontario, Canada (ca)
added Jun 8, 2018 19:15
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