Israel's Finance Minister Signs Order Raising Tax on Rolled Tobacco

Moshe Kahlon reluctantly signs off on measure after High Court orders parity with cigarette tax ■ Shelf price of a a 50-gram package of rolled tobacco to increase from 85.41 shekels to 122.85

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Israeli taxes on rolled tobacco and cigarettes were equalized as of Thursday after Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon signed an order he long resisted as part of his anti-tax policy.