VILNIUS – The market of illegal cigarettes in Lithuania has further expanded over the past year and remains among the biggest in the European Union, according to the latest study by the international audit, tax and consulting company KPMG.
Lithuania came 2nd in the EU and the country's budget lost 68 million in potential revenue last year, up 2 million from 2018.
The situation in other Baltic states is improving, the survey shows as the illegal tobacco market in Latvia and Estonia shrank last year.
Illicit cigarettes last ye...
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