Revised 'SDPC' mark for cigarettes sold in Singapore from next March
All cigarettes sold in Singapore will have a revised SDPC or Singapore Duty-Paid Cigarette mark from March next year.
Singapore Customs said in addition to the letters SDPC, the new mark features a series of vertical bars around the cigarette stick.
In a statement, the agency said this will further enhance the effectiveness of its anti-contraband cigarette operations.
Also from March next year, all cigarettes without the revised SDPC mark will be deemed to be duty-unpaid and illegal.
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