BAT's World vs the World of the Criminal Black Market

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BAT's World vs the World of the Criminal Black Market

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BAT's world vs the world of the criminal black market

BAT's world vs the world of the criminal black market

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See how BAT as a legitimate, regulated tobacco company compares to the world of the criminal black market ➜ http://ow.ly/NUzkH
Thursday, June 11, 2015 - 6:30am

CAMPAIGN: Fighting the illegal tobacco trade

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The illegal trade in tobacco is a global problem that cheats governments out of some £30 billion each year in taxes. It also puts consumers at risk by flooding the market with unregulated and often sub-standard products, and criminals actively market and sell tobacco products to children. 

Surely it’s better to have a legitimate, regulated industry that operates to the highest standards of corporate conduct, than a criminal black market. 

Find out how British American Tobacco compares to this criminal black market, and what the company is doing to fight it by going to the website.

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Keywords: Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | Black market | British American Tobacco | Counterfeit | Illegal tobacco products | Illegal tobacco trade | Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | Smuggling | tobacco trafficking

CAMPAIGN: Fighting the illegal tobacco trade

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