New law changes mean stricter border controls on illicit tobacco, but ASH Director,,Deborah Hart told RNZ that "the best way to thwart the black market is to get New Zealand to smokefree 2025. Five hundred thousand people in this country are still smoking. What we need to do is find ways to help them stop smoking,"
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