FILE - In this April 4, 2005 file picture a customs officer inspects confiscated cigarettes at the Romanian-Hungarian border in Artand, some 245 kms east of Budapest, after they were found in a ... more 
FILE - In this April 4, 2005 file picture a customs officer inspects confiscated cigarettes at the Romanian-Hungarian border in Artand, some 245 kms east of Budapest, after they were found in a Romanian lorry. Nations have crafted a draft treaty to fight a booming trade in illicit tobacco products that's costing governments around the world as much as US $50 billion a year in lost tax revenue, officials said Wednesday April 4, 2012 . After four years of negotiations, U.N. officials said, some 136 nations ended those talks with a consensus draft agreement to crack down on tobacco smuggling. But there are notable holdouts to the negotiations - the United States, Indonesia and more than a dozen other nations - where the treaty would have no effect. (AP Photo/MTI, Tibor Olah, File) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By MTI, Tibor Olah, File
Wed, Apr 4, 2012 12:31 PM EDT