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The Asia Illicit Tobacco Indicator 2016 (the “Report”) on the illicit tobacco trade in selected Asian markets (including Australia and New Zealand) has been prepared by Oxford Economics (OE). OE enjoyed academic freedom and full editorial control of the Report. We are grateful for the inputs and data received from the public sector and industry stakeholders. OE prepared the Report in accordance with specific terms of reference agreed between Philip Morris International Management SA, an affiliate of Philip Morris International (PM), and OE. Financial support for the Report was provided by PM. OE assume all responsibility for the Report analysis, findings, and conclusion. The terms of reference under which OE was engaged by Philip Morris International Management SA are detailed in the Asia Illicit Tobacco Indicator 2016 Methodological Overview Report, available to download via the following link http://illicittobacco.oxfordeconomics.com/methodology/

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