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Friday, 25 July 2008

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The CAA (Cigar Association of America), RTDA and all interested parties have reached agreement on the Cigar Industry's position on an acceptable tax increase that the industry can live with, if, in fact, the Congress passes the SCHIPS bill when they return from their recess after Labor Day. "What was needed was an acceptable compromise among manufacturing groups with somewhat divergent interests," Cigar Review was told by David Berkebile, owner of Georgetown Tobacco in Washington, D.C. and Past President of the RTDA (now the IPCPR).




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