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Cigarette manufacturers violating rules

August 28th, 2012 Posted in Tobacco companies Tags:

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In some urban centres, cigarette manufacturers are blatantly violating rules by putting up brand images and heavily investing into advertisements.

A brand image is described as any image associated with a particular brand and portrayed before buyers through different advertising tactics.
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Evasion of duties, taxes: Punitive action likely against cigarette maker

May 29th, 2012 Posted in Tobacco marketing Tags:

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The intelligence wing of the Investigation Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has decided to file an FIR against the management of a Mardan-based cigarette manufacturing company and their beneficiaries for the recovery of evaded duties and taxes on illegal supplies of non-duty paid cigarette to its distributor in Lahore.
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Future Of Roll-Your-Own Cigarette Tax Still Unclear

November 17th, 2011 Posted in Tobacco industry Tags:

Roll-Your-Own Cigarette Tax
A Dane County judge made no decision on Wednesday regarding whether or not roll-your-own cigarette machines should be subject to Wisconsin’s cigarette tax.
Last month, Judge Juan Colas issued a temporary restraining order, preventing the state from making tobacco shops obtain permits and pay manufacturer’s taxes on roll-your-own tobacco machines.
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Bama Cigarettes Named After President

November 1st, 2010 Posted in Tobacco news Tags:

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Bama brand cigarettes are now selling in five states by a Florida man who is inspired by President Barack Obama with the signature oval ring around the logo. “It’s edgy,” stated Rob Klotzback, one of the Bama brand’s creators. “It’s easy to remember, the packaging is pretty attractive and it’s a good smoke.” Klotzback created the brand in May along with two other partners. The cigarettes are sold in five states including Florida.
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