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8.23.2016


Francesco Calderoni
Anna Brener
Mariya Karayotova
Martina Rotondi
Mateja Zorč

TheEasternBalkanHubforIllicitTobacco.pdf
ISBN code:
978-88-8443-660-3
With the financial support of:
Philip Morris International
Citazione corretta:

Calderoni Francesco, Anna Brener, Mariya Karayotova, Martina Rotondi, Mateja Zorč. The Eastern Balkan Hub for Illicit Tobacco. Milano: Transcrime – Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, 2016

The Eastern Balkan Hub for Illicit Tobacco

Key hubs are crucial sets of countries on the regional, continental or global map of the illicit trade in tobacco products. Analysis of key hubs instead of single countries enables a more comprehensive understanding of the factors determining the transnational illicit flows and a more effective identification of the strategies to fight and prevent the ITTP (Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products). The following elements often characterise key hubs:

• medium to high levels of the ITTP in the hub,
• significant price differentials of tobacco products across the hub,
• extensive engagement of local manufacturers in the ITTP,
• substantial flows of illicit tobacco to, within or from the hub to other countries.

This report focuses on the Eastern Balkan hub for illicit cigarettes. Bulgaria is the most relevant country in the hub because it has significant inflows and outflows of illicit tobacco products. The sorrounding countries (Greece, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia and Turkey) are included because they enables and facilitate these flows. The report takes the name from the geographical area of the countries included.

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