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GMTT - WITCO Managing Director Jean Pierre Du Coudray

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Although not happy with the increased tax on tobacco products the West Indian Tobacco Company says it is pleased that the government has acknowledged the presence of a tobacco black market. Managing Director at WITCO, Jean Pierre Du Coudray, says because the black market has been acknowledged the government is now in solution mode and that WITCO would like to be a part of the team to deal with the issue of black market trade.

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