Cigarettes prices increase ten percent, Argentina

Posted on October 31, 2011 • Filed under: Argentina, Business, Latin America Health

Some brands of cigarettes were increased until reaching 10.64 percent. This is the third year up facing the sector so far in 2011, taking into account that the former were in February and June (5 percent and 3.5 respectively), in order to overcome the revenue year amounting to $ 9,250 million.
The further increase above 50 cents per pack in some brands and aims to reach the fundraising goal for this sector of the year.
The Government approved a rise in the price of cigarettes by brands Massalin Individuals, which is the company that Marlboro has the largest market share and recorded a rise in its core brands, which are Philip Morris, L & M, Benson & Hedges, Next and Le Mans. Read Article

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