Spain’s duty-paid cigarette market tumbled through first 11 months of 2012

| January 7, 2013

Duty-paid cigarette sales in Spain during the first 11 months of 2012, at 2.482 billion packs, were down by 10.1 per cent on those of the first eleven months of 2011, according to a Cinco Días story quoting data from the country’s tobacco marketing commission.

Marlboro was said to have led the way with sales of 325 million packs, followed by Winston, Chesterfield and Fortuna.

In 2011, cigarette sales reached an historic low of 3.015 billion packs, a figure that was down by 16.7 per cent on that of 2010.

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