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Smoking Tobacco in Belarus

There is no tradition of pipe or RYO smoking in Belarus. However, during the review period there was an increase in interest in smoking water pipe tobacco. This practice was brought from Egypt, which has been one of the most popular holiday ...

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Smoking Tobacco in Kazakhstan

Pipe and RYO tobacco are still considered niche products in Kazakhstan but enjoy a high level of consumer loyalty. Smoking tobacco in general has a good reputation in Kazakhstan and is considered to offer better quality and taste than cigarettes. In ...

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Tobacco in Sweden

In January 2012, taxation on cigarettes was updated and increased. The taxation structure continues the method from the previous year, which means that the tax is focused on volume and not on value. The decision to lower ad valorem excise and raise ...

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Smoking Tobacco in Brazil

Pipe and RYO smoking continue to be very popular in rural areas of the country, in particular, the southern region where the production of tobacco leaves is concentrated. In urban areas, RYO and pipe tobacco remain niche, for which older people, ...

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Smoking Tobacco in New Zealand

Pipe smoking is not at all a popular activity in New Zealand and for this reason pipe tobacco accounted for a mere 1% of total smoking tobacco volume sales during 2012. Typical pipe tobacco consumers are elderly men with moderate to high disposable ...

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Smoking Tobacco in India

Smoking tobacco has been used since ancient times in hookah or sheesha in India. The practice of smoking hookah, which is smoked using a single- or multi-stemmed water pipe (also known as a hookah), has been part of Indian culture for centuries. The ...

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Smoking Tobacco in Tunisia

Pipe tobacco remains an extremely popular product in Tunisia due to the widespread use of shisha, the country’s traditional water pipe. In addition, towards the end of the review period, the popularity of pipe tobacco was enhanced due to widespread ...

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Smoking Tobacco in Turkey

Pipe smoking is ingrained in Turkish tradition and culture. The majority of pipe smokers do so in so-called “water pipe cafés” to socialise with their friends and acquaintances. Smoking at home is not prevalent, which also explains lower sales ...

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Smoking Tobacco in Ukraine

In Ukraine, smoking tobacco is a niche product. During Soviet times, RYO tobacco was purchased as a cheap alternative to cigarettes. Very frequently, newspapers were used instead of special paper for cigarettes in order to reduce the price of the ...

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Smoking Tobacco in Bulgaria

Bulgaria does not have a tradition in RYO or pipe smoking. RYO tobacco smoking is a recent phenomenon and its positive performance came from the fashionable image of the products. Some cigarette smokers switched to RYO tobacco or vary cigarettes and ...

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