There’s a bit of a problem when you’re trying to get your hands on some of the best legal tobacco products in Australia.
They’re expensive and there’s a very high price tag.
The only way to get the cheapest legal tobacco is to purchase it in a licensed store.
But you’re not going to find many licensed stores in the Victorian capital, and many people simply don’t want to pay the extra price for a legal product.
So why are legal cigarettes so expensive in Victoria, and why is it that the Government has so much difficulty regulating the sale of the product?
The legal cigarette industry is based in Queensland, which has a relatively low excise tax rate.
In Victoria, the Government is considering changing the way the sale is taxed to raise revenue.
But the industry isn’t convinced the change will bring much change.
The Government doesn’t want the tobacco industry to be able to undercut prices, and they don’t like the fact that there’s no legal price tag on a legal cigarette.
So, they’re looking at a new plan to regulate the sale, but that plan could come at a price.
The government has announced that it is looking to tax and regulate tobacco products that are sold on the market, whether or not they’re legal.
It’s hoped that this new tax will allow for a more rational way of selling legal tobacco in Victoria.
But in order to make the change, the government will need to negotiate with the industry.
What are the big tobacco companies up against?
In the past, the tobacco companies have made claims about the cost of their products.
The industry argues that legal tobacco taxes have resulted in a $4 billion tax break for the tobacco and alcohol industries.
But there are many reasons why the tobacco company might be making this claim.
According to the Australian Taxation Office, tobacco and alcoholic beverages account for $10 billion of the $50 billion in tobacco and $20 billion in alcohol tax revenue the Government receives each year.
That’s a huge amount of money, but the Government argues that these taxes can’t be considered a direct tax on the industry, and that they should instead be considered indirect taxes on the Australian consumer.
The tobacco industry has been arguing for years that the tobacco tax is too high and that it should be reduced to a percentage of the value of the products.
Accordingly, the Australian Tobacco Organisation has argued that the excise tax on tobacco products is too low.
So what is the government’s proposal?
What if we reduced the excise rate for tobacco and other tobacco products?
The Government has proposed to reduce the excise on tobacco and beer to $4 a litre, and to increase the excise from $4 to $3 a litres.
This means that the Australian government will be paying $3 for every $1 it spends on legal tobacco.
So if we’re paying $1 a litrel for legal tobacco, the excise would be $2.80.
But it’s important to note that the increase in excise would only apply to legal tobacco for the last 12 months of a person’s life, and there are other indirect taxes the Government could be paying on tobacco.
And it’s also worth noting that the government hasn’t said how the new excise tax would be paid for, and it’s still unclear how much it will cost to implement the change.
What does this mean for legal consumers?
If the Government’s plan works, it could mean that tobacco and liquor sales in Victoria will go from $50 to $20 a litree, and from $10 to $5 a litret.
If that’s not a big enough jump, the proposed change will also mean that cigarettes and other legal products will only cost $2 a litrep and that the total price will drop to $1.70 a litrer.
But this doesn’t mean that you can’t still buy legal tobacco without paying the extra $4 or $5.
There’s a reason for that.
The Australian Tax Office estimates that about 30 per cent of legal tobacco sales are conducted in overseas jurisdictions.
This is because the tobacco market is extremely difficult to monitor in Australia because of the high cost of legal cigarettes.
The amount of tobacco that is purchased is also unknown in most cases, because there are no legal tobacco companies operating in Australia to monitor sales.
It means that legal cigarette sales are difficult to trace, and the amount of tax paid by the Government can be a significant factor in why it’s not possible to track legal tobacco prices.
This makes it harder for the Government to find out exactly what’s being paid to legal cigarette companies in Victoria and around the country.
It also means that tobacco prices can change a lot quickly.
There have been a number of reports about the price of legal cigarette products in Victoria over the last few years, and a number more have emerged since then.
The prices of legal nicotine and cigarettes are set in Australia, and therefore are subject to the same rules