Illegal cigarette trade costing S.Africa $510 mln a year - study

JOHANNESBURG, July 5 (Reuters) - South Africa has become one of the biggest markets for illegal cigarette sales and is losing out on 7 billion rand ($514 million) a year in potential tax revenue, a report funded by a tobacco industry group said on Thursday.
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