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Black market tobacco surging: cigarette giants

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A new report has shed light on the rise of illegal tobacco, with claims there’s been a 30 per cent increase in consumption over the last two years. But as Ellijahna Victoria explains, the report’s faced criticism from anti-tobacco advocates, who claim the figures are misleading.

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