Ungated Post | 25 Mar 2020

Levant Illicit Tobacco 2019


This report provides an overview of the nature of illicit trade in cigarettes across three markets in the Levant region: Egypt, Jordan, and Lebanon. It establishes estimates of Illicit Consumption in each market and the impact it has on government tax revenue.

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Read the Market Factsheet: Lebanon in English

Read the Market Factsheet: Lebanon in Arabic

Read the Market Factsheet: Jordan in English

Read the Market Factsheet: Jordan in Arabic

Read the Market Factsheet: Egypt in English

Read the Market Factsheet: Egypt in Arabic

Read the Market Levant Illicit Trade Market 2019 English

Read the Market Levant Illicit Trade Market 2019 Arabic

Read the Levant Factsheet in English

Read the Levant Factsheet in Arabic

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