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Should duty-free tobacco allowances be scrapped?

Photo / NZ Listener, David White
Photo / NZ Listener, David White

Health groups are joining forces to call for duty-free tobacco allowances for travellers to be scrapped.

Several groups have made submissions on the bill to authorise the tobacco tax increases announced in the Budget - and all have called for duty-free allowances to be scrapped and for tobacco tax increases to be much steeper than the proposed increases of 10 per cent a year over the next four years.

Should duty-free tobacco allowances be scrapped? Here is the latest selection of Your Views:

- Herald on Sunday

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