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Wednesday, 05 October 2016 15:55

GMTT - Illicit Tobacco Trade Not A Victimless Crime

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The illicit trade (of tobacco) is not a victim-less crime because government loses millions of dollars of legitimate taxes which in turn affects the provision of schools and social support etc. That's the view of Sir Ronnie Flanagan, the Crime Stoppers Conference featured speaker.

Sir Flanagan says government ought to pass legislation that takes the illicit trade seriously; implement laws with serious punishments.

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