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

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Read the Levant Factsheet in English

Read the Levant Factsheet in Arabic

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