ORGANIZED CRIME AND THE SMUGGLING OF CIGARETTES IN THE UNITED STATES - THE 990000 UPDATE

1999-08-00

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  • Report detailing the role of organized crime in the distribution of cigarettes on the black market. Emphasizes that increased state and federal cigarette excise tax has lead to the demand for this black market. Defines "flash point" as amount of tax where organized crime finds sufficient demand to form black market. Reports that from the years 1998-1999, levels of smuggling almost doubled. Examine... read more
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