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14th ATAIC Conference
Date
Saturday, November 18, 2017

Special Event

9 - 13 December 2017, Tehran


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Tobacco Tax Workshop Overview

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The growing and constant growth in consumption of tobacco products necessitates the careful investigation of the taxation in this area, since not only it can be a great source of consumption tax that makes an increase in the revenues, but also such an increase may lead to a considerable deduction in tobacco products consumption. The workshop tries to provide the participant first with the global and regional overview of cigarette prices and taxation (including some brief description about the tobacco excise tax application around the world, the average prices, excises and total global taxes and the taxes applied on other tobacco products) and then smoothly moves into the tobacco-related treatment in the Iranian economy. In the later section, the Iranian upward trend in tobacco consumption, low tax share in retail price, the shift in the market share of brands, the movement from cheaper to higher-price brands, the growing market power of multinational companies, import and domestic production in excess of local demand, and the lack of correlation between tax/price and smuggling are discussed to map the economics of tobacco and the current tobacco taxation trends in Iran.

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