Czech Postal Service Rethinks Tobacco Sales

Czech Postal Service Rethinks Tobacco Sales

The Czech Postal Service, for the second time in a decade, is ending the sale of tobacco products in its branch network after a brief foray into sales of the goods that are a major cause of disease and death. The Czech Postal Service, for the second time in a decade, is ending the sale of tobacco products in its branch network after a brief foray into sales of the goods that are a major cause of disease and death.

One year ago Ceska posta, as the state-owned company is called, quietly launched a pilot project to sell tobacco products, initially at just 40 of its branches to combat falling revenue amid growing competition from private courier companies and from electronic communications.

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