Tobacco drags down Primera turnover

Tobacco drags down Primera turnover

The franchise stores of the Primera chain have increased their turnover 1 % in 2014's first semester, with tobacco weighing down on the growth numbers.

Tobacco sales have suffered because of illegal import and because turnover has been lost to areas across the border as local tobacco taxes have increased.

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