Noonan: Illicit Tobacco Trade Linked To High Prices

December 2013
Checkout;Dec2013, Vol. 39 Issue 12, p10
The article mentions that Michael Noonan, Finance Minister of Ireland, told the Dá il Eirenn, an Irish assembly, that there is a connection between illegal tobacco trade and the high price policy in Ireland and informs that discouraging people to smoke by rising price leads to illicit trade.


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