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Russia Attacks Smoking With Big Gunsi
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James Brooke
June 05, 2014 5:05 PM
With an army of 44 million smokers, Russia is the world’s fourth largest cigarette market after China, India and Indonesia. But, as James Brooke reports for VOA from Moscow, that may soon change.

Russia Attacks Smoking With Big Guns

James Brooke

Published June 05, 2014

With an army of 44 million smokers, Russia is the world’s fourth largest cigarette market after China, India and Indonesia. But, as James Brooke reports for VOA from Moscow, that may soon change.


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by: juana medina from: USA
June 06, 2014 1:35 PM
Congratulation to the Government and authorities good move in order to save lives and low medical expenses. the whole world should take as example., good way to increase money for other issues.

by: peter Kojak from: Snowy Mountains NSW
June 05, 2014 9:30 PM
Great move. Increase the price of a packet to at least $100.00 Au