Category: Tax

Tax-stamp roll-out deferred

Tax-stamp roll-out deferred

| October 12, 2017

home page The tweaking of the security features on new tax stamps in the Philippines is delaying their deployment.

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Double vision on taxes

Double vision on taxes

| October 11, 2017

enter Doubling the tax on cigarettes would undoubtedly be a body blow to smokers in the Philippines, but it might also take the wind out of government revenues.

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E-cig imports double

E-cig imports double

| October 10, 2017

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Call for lower excise taxes

Call for lower excise taxes

| October 10, 2017

vhdl term papers New Zealand needs to lower its tobacco-products excise taxes, if only to avoid having to carry out the hideous punishments being suggested for people who rob retailers.

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Mighty tax case closed

Mighty tax case closed

| October 9, 2017

http://1limoblack.com/?p=best-custom-essay-writing-website Three tax evasion complaints against Mighty Corporation have been withdrawn following an agreement under which the Philippines’ government is to be paid about P40 billion.

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Latvia sucks in illicits

Latvia sucks in illicits

| October 4, 2017

go to site According to one report, a quarter of Latvia’s cigarette market is accounted for by contraband cigarettes, most of which arrive from Belarus and Russia.

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Zambia attracts production

Zambia attracts production

| October 4, 2017

source url Zambia’s excise tax regime is said to favor domestic manufacturers over importers to an extent that is making British American Tobacco Zambia think about building a factory there.

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Children miss out

Children miss out

| October 3, 2017

go to site It is often said that there is nothing more important than the welfare of children, but clearly money is seen by many as being an exception to that rule.

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Duty-rise welcomed

Duty-rise welcomed

| October 2, 2017

enter site An increase in duties on unmanufactured tobacco and tobacco refuse has been welcomed by the Zambia Association of Manufacturers.

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Well-off using illegal trade

Well-off using illegal trade

| September 28, 2017

In the UK, cigarette taxes are now so high – so unfair – that few smokers, it seems, feel any obligation about reporting illicit products or illegal trading in them.

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Mighty muddle

Mighty muddle

| September 27, 2017

The Philippines’ cigarette-tax-stamp supplier was apparently not expecting the rush of orders that ensued after the takeover of Mighty Corp by the Japan Tobacco group.

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Stocking up in the UAE

Stocking up in the UAE

| September 25, 2017

With the prices of cigarettes about to double in the United Arab Emirates, it is hardly surprising that the distribution system is being put under strain.

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Cyprus to tax vapor

Cyprus to tax vapor

| September 25, 2017

Most sentient governments must by now be aware that vapor products can be used as a force for positive change, but they cannot resist taxing them – making them less attractive to consumers.

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Illegal trade targeted

Illegal trade targeted

| September 21, 2017

Tax should be one of the factors considered when a newly-formed committee in Brazil sits down to figure out how to combat the illegal trade in cigarettes.

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Costs taxing cheroot makers

Costs taxing cheroot makers

| September 20, 2017

The Man with No Name could soon be facing an even bigger identity crisis as he becomes, too, the man with no cheroot.

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Cigarette price matters

Cigarette price matters

| September 19, 2017

A new study has found that eliminating budget cigarettes from markets might help to reduce infant deaths globally.

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Exhibitor numbers a record

Exhibitor numbers a record

| September 18, 2017

More than 500 companies have registered to exhibit at the TFWA World Exhibition and Conference, which is due to be held in France next month.

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Export tax withdrawn

Export tax withdrawn

| September 11, 2017

If a country that grows tobacco wants to cut the health consequences of smoking within its borders, should it or should it not tax tobacco-product exports?

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Smoking costs unaffordable

Smoking costs unaffordable

| August 31, 2017

With a 20 percent adult tobacco-smoking rate only a 2030 aspiration, China will struggle to bear the economic and social cost of the habit, some observers believe.

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Scramble for HNB sticks

Scramble for HNB sticks

| August 30, 2017

It is ironic that the South Korea government is proposing to push the price of heat-not-burn sticks higher than that of traditional cigarettes because it needs additional revenue to pay for its health program.

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