Cigarette sales in Slovenia decline, as excise duties increase

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Ljubljana – Cigarette sales in Slovenia have been on a decline in recent years, dropping by more than a third from 2011 to 2020. This trend has been followed, although at a slower pace, by declining income from related excise duties in the national budget, despite their increase of more than 50% in the last ten years. The gradual decline in cigarette sales is shown by the data on the quantity of cigarettes on which excise duties were levied. In 2011, excise duties were charged on 5.4 billion cigarettes, and…

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