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Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic said during a ceremony marking the 10th anniversary of the takeover of the tobacco plant in the southern Serbian city of Vranje by the British American Tobacco (BAT) that the government will try to help tobacco producers overcome some of the problems they face reports B92.
"The first (problem) is the smuggling of cigarettes and the other is the shredded tobacco smuggling, which is of even bigger proportions,” Dacic said.
Another type of problem is trade relations with Croatia, given that Croatia has turned from being a Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) member-country to becoming a member of the EU, he said.“Now the EU is demanding that Croatia retains the privileges it had as a member of CEFTA. It is neither in your company’s nor in Serbia’s interests,” the prime minister told BAT officials in Vranje.
He voiced hope that EU representatives and Serbia will negotiate a solution regarding the amount of tax on imports of Croatian cigarettes into Serbia.
BAT General Manager for Serbia, Montenegro and Bulgaria Thanos Trimis said that BAT has invested EUR 115 million in modernizing the plant in Vranje over the past 10 years.
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