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BiH Indirect Taxation Authority launches public campaign 'Stop Smuggling'

FENA Saopćenje

BANJA LUKA / SARAJEVO, May 29 (FENA) - The Indirect Taxation Authority has launched a public campaign "Stop Smuggling", which aims to ensure that all citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina who have any information about indirect tax evasion and illegal trade in goods, especially of tobacco products, can report it to the open line 080 02 06 07.

In this year's "Stop Smuggling" campaign, citizens can also send a photo and a location where cigarettes and tobacco are illegally sold to Viber number 065 355 155, so that the authorized ITA officers on duty can perform a field check in real time.
Last year's campaign resulted in a large number of calls and information provided, many of which were useful and on the basis of which field activities were carried out and excise goods that were sold contrary to legal regulations have been found and confiscated.
“It is important that the growth in the number of issued excise stamps continued in 2022. The data show that in the four months of 2022, a total of 74.5 million pieces of excise stamps were issued to mark cigarettes and tobacco packaging, while in the same period in 2021, 56.6 million pieces were issued, an increase of 31.6 percent. These are definitely data that speak in favor of the fact that the percentage of the so-called "black market" of tobacco in BiH has been decreasing in the last two years,” stated the ITA.

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