The sale of smokeless tobacco products in duty-free stores in the US

The US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency is responsible for overseeing duty-free stores in the US, including the rules and regulations that govern duty-free sales. Duty-free stores are usually located in international airports and other ports of entry and offer tax-free shopping to travellers who are leaving the country.

This report examines the federal and general state requirements  (though it does not analyse specific individual state requirements) that manufacturers of smokeless tobacco products need to comply with before selling their products at duty-free stores in the US.

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Kristina Iashina

Junior legal analyst
Kristina holds a Masters Degree in International Law from Moscow State Linguistic University, Russia. In 2020 she completed a six-month exchange programme at the University of Malaga. She has worked as a legal secretary at the Ninth Arbitration Court of Appeal, Russia; and as a legal assistant in a law firm in Moscow.

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