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August 11, 2008


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With British American Tobacco Ghana’s exit from local manufacturing on 22nd December 2006, the floodgates have been opened for cigarette imports to fill the vacuum.


The growth of tobacco demand in Ghana has been stable, recording a 1.1% growth per annum last year. This means there was a decline in the smoking incidence in the country and this development is attributed to social stigmatisation of smoking cigarettes and the high level of taxes.

smokeless cigarettes

Cigarettes are the world's most widely smuggled legal consumer product. They are smuggled across almost every national border through constantly changing routes.

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