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DCTA Association

The four largest multinational tobacco companies have created a joint venture to fight illegal distribution of excisable consumer goods: the Digital Coding & Tracking Association (DCTA). The founders are Imperial Tobacco Group, Japan Tobacco International, Philip Morris International, and British American Tobacco. The association began its work on 22 May. Its key goal is to promote international standards and digital technologies with the aim of supporting governments around the world in...

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