According to the World Health Organization (WHO), “tobacco accounted for over 3 million deaths in 1990, the ...
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...st way to eliminate the negative health and economic effects of tobacco use.
Finally, despite the bad publicity tobacco advertising causes. I think most government’s economies will have set back in income from tobacco taxes. If the precaution is taken and clearly set rules are put in place. That way the government is not making decisions for its citizen but caution them on the dangers of such habits
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