18:23 18 October
Selling illegal tobaco in Australia is uncovered
Selling illegal tobaco in Australia is u Melbourne
Geelong's business selling the black tobacco market has been uncovered. It claimed it had worked as a hairdresser's. Within an hour ACA cameras captured at least a dozen shoppers who bought things, which were believed to be illegal cigarettes and tobacco. This is the part of the black market "Chop Chop", which trades all around the country. One of the workers turned to A Current Affair, realizing, it was the illegal business. Complex tobacco import operations do not go unnoticed.
Over the past fiscal year, Australian Border Force produced more than 285,000 detections of illegal tobacco,worth more than $ 670 million. Illegal tobacco is readily available and sold under the counter in shops across the country. Hotspots across Australia are in Adelaide, Geelong, Melbourne, Sydney, Newcastle and Cairns, according to KPMG report.