ECigIntelligence || 5th January 2017 || News analysis || Nicotine | Policy and Politics | Regulation and Legislation | TPD | Geographies: Europe Poland
Poland’s Ministry of Finance is reportedly considering introducing an excise tax on e-cigarettes – but a highly influential pro-government think tank has called for the idea to be scrapped for fear of replicating an “Italian scenario” boom in the black market.
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