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  1. Samguine

    Nigeria:Nigerians React to New Excise Duties On Alcoholic Beverages, Tobacco – Topix News

    Some Nigerians on Monday reacted to the new excise duties imposed by the Federal Government that consumers would pay more for alcoholic beverages they consumed and tobacco they smoke from today. They told Newsmen in separate interviews in Lagos that an increase in prices of alcohols and...
  2. Samguine

    Nigerians react to increase in cost of beer, tobacco – PM NEWS Nigeria

    Some Nigerians on Monday reacted to the new excise duties imposed by the Federal Government that consumers would pay more for alcoholic beverages they.... Read more via PM NEWS Nigeria – https://ift.tt/2J7IqcF Get More Nigeria Metro News
  3. Samguine

    New alcoholic drinks, tobacco excise duty kicks off Monday, June 4 - Naija.ng News

    New excise duty for alcoholic beverages and tobacco earlier approved by President Muhammadu Buhari will take effect from Monday, June 4. The new excise duty rates would spread over.... Read more via naija.ng News – https://ift.tt/2HgTjTJ Get More Nigeria Metro News
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    The Deadliest Health Sins You Could Ever Commit | Reader’s Digest – Reader’s Digest

    cite quitting smoking as the single healthiest thing you can do for yourself. Cigarettes are responsible for more than 480,000 deaths every year in the United States, making smoking the leading preventable cause of death. Tobacco makes the risk of lung cancer and heart attack … Read more...
  5. RemmyAlex

    Business Philip Morris, World's Largest Tobacco Company Begins Manufacturing in Nigeria

    The world’s largest tobacco company, Philip Morris International (PMI), with operations in 181 countries, has finalised plans to commence manufacturing in Nigeria before the end of 2016. The investment comes in less than two years of their starting operations in Nigeria and clearly indicates...
  6. RemmyAlex

    Metro How American Company is Flooding Nigeria With 122 million ‘Units’ of Cigarettes [PremiumTimes]

    One ‎of the world’s biggest tobacco manufacturing companies, Philip Morris International, secured an approval to import 122 million ‘units’ of cigarettes into Nigeria from September 1, 2015, to March 31, 2016, the Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth International has said. Click...
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