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structure of tobacco taxes in the European community

J. A. Kay

structure of tobacco taxes in the European community

by J. A. Kay

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Published by Institute for Fiscal Studies in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tobacco -- Taxation -- European Economic Community countries.,
  • Tobacco industry -- European Economic Community countries.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 44.

    StatementJ.A. Kay, M.J. Keen.
    SeriesIFS report series -- no. 1., IFS report series -- no. 1.
    ContributionsKeen, M. J.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination44 p. ;
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16568084M
    ISBN 100902992295

      In , INFOTAB's board of directors established in Brussels a regional NMA, the Confederation of European Community Cigarette Manufacturers (CECCM) to "deal exclusively with tobacco industry issues in the European Community," particularly cigarette taxes, environmental tobacco smoke, and advertising restrictions [].Cited by:   The report, launched on the sidelines of the UN high-level political forum on sustainable development, also makes clear that raising taxes to increase tobacco product prices is the most cost-effective means to reduce tobacco use and prevent initiation among the youth. But it is still one of the least used tobacco control measures.

    Get this from a library! Tobacco Taxation in the European Union. [Sijbren Cnossen] -- Later this year, the European Commission has to submit a report to the Council of Ministers and the European Parliament with its views on tobacco tax policy in the EU. A publication issued by. Ohsfeldt RL, Boyle RG. Tobacco excise taxes and rates of smokeless tobacco use in the US: an exploratory ecological analysis. Tob Control ; 3(4) Ohsfeldt, RL, Boyle RG, Capilouto E. Effects of tobacco excise taxes on the use of smokeless tobacco products in the United States. Health Econ ; 6(5)

    Tobacco Taxation and Pricing. The total excise tax per cigarette pack, among selected SEE non-EU countries, varies from € in Macedonia up to € in Bosnia-Hercegovina, while the EU Directive /64/EU requires it to be at least €. The research is clear: increases in tobacco taxes decrease tobacco use. Indeed, raising taxes on tobacco and thereby increasing its price is one of the most effective ways to reduce tobacco use. Prices affect virtually all measures of cigarette use, including per-capita consumption, smoking rates and the number of cigarettes smoked daily.


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On average, raising tobacco taxes to increase prices by 10% would reduce tobacco use by 4% in high-income countries and by around 5% in low- and middle-income countries. Tobacco tax in Europe – the global context The WHO European Region leads the way globally in tobacco tax increases and has made great progress in recent Size: 1MB.

The relationship between tobacco tax and consumption is now well known among tobacco control campaigners, but the finer details of how tobacco taxes are structured, and the options which each structure gives to the various interested parties, are less well known.

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King James I, King of England and Ireland, imposed the first levy on tobacco inan import tax of 6 shillings 10 pence to the pound. Today, Ireland and the United Kingdom levy the highest excise duties on cigarettes in the European Union (EU), at € (US $) and € ($) per cigarette pack, respectively.

This compares to an EU average of € ($). EU legislation on excise duties for manufactured tobacco defines. the categories of manufactured tobacco products (cigarettes and “other tobacco products”); the principles of taxation; the minimum rates and structures to be applied.; Manufactured tobacco is also subject to the common provisions for excisable goods under EU law.

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TOBaccO TaX leVelS anD STRucTuRe 29 •Other taxes: Consumption taxes are named differently in different countries and some act as excises despite their names (for example, the stamp duty in Brazil and the General Sales Tax (GST) in Egypt).

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Tobacco Europe believes that Member State regulators should take this into consideration when determining their tobacco tax policies. We believe that future EU legislation should continue to respect tax sovereignty and affordability, while allowing the Member States make decisions based on their national circumstances.

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