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Tullow Oil listed as sponsor of tobacco lobby group

The company emerged as one of 90 companies listed as a sponsor

13th November, 2016

Tullow Oil, the Carlow-founded oil and gas explorer, has been listed among a number of multinational companies and large-scale organisations as a sponsor to a lobby group for tobacco companies.

The company, which generated revenues of $1.6 million in 2015, emerged last week as one of 90 companies listed as a sponsor by the Washington-based International Tax and Investment Centre (ITIC).

The British-Dutch consumer goods giant Unilever and Goldman Sachs were also on the list.

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