Bulgaria is the country that loses most revenues from illicit cigarettes in the European Union (EU) in relative terms, shows a study of Industry Watch, which was released on Thursday.
Illicit cigarettes cost 1.6 – 2 % of total tax revenues collected by the government and Bulgaria considerably exceeds all other EU member states in this indicator.
In relative terms, the losses suffered by Bulgaria are 3 times greater than in Romania and Poland, 10 times larger than in Germany and 16 times higher than in the Netherlands....
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