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Ukraine Blacklists JT Subsidiary; Tobacco Giant ‘Pays Taxes to Moscow’

Ukraine’s National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) has announced that it put JT International (JTI), a group firm of the Japan Tobacco group, on its list of war supporters. The NACP claims that JTI has continued business in Russia and thus contributes to Russia’s invasion of the country through its tax payments to Moscow. It is the first time that a Japanese company has been designated as a war supporter by Kyiv, according to the Japanese-language version of the Ukrainian state-run news service.

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