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Shipping Cigarettes

UPS should pay $18.8 million in unpaid taxes and $78.8 million in penalties for illegally shipping cigarettes into New York, the Second Circuit ruled, modifying a district court’s determination that had the company paying $9.4 million in unpaid taxes and $237.6 million in penalties.

MANHATTAN – UPS owes $18.8 million in unpaid taxes and $78.8 million in penalties for illegally shipping cigarettes into New York, the Second Circuit ruled, modifying the trial court’s determination that had the company paying $9.4 million in unpaid taxes and $237.6 million in penalties.

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