The Pros And Cons Of Tobacco

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We come across the following topic, the tobacco business and his conflicts, having a brief reading on the article it mentions a few of the following statements. Tobacco is being discouraged by a long time ago, creating new bans and actions as which such drug would be banned created reduced consumption for health and economic issues. Having few things to discuss that were good in banning tobacco, One as in fact, that I highlight as personally troubling is the fact that they placed advertising easily to be found attractive to children, “The accusation was that the slick, colorful advertisements (using an animated camel) appealed to the children and encouraged them to smoke.” (Ban on Tobacco Ads by the Government of India., 2001) Such as, the page which studies such Joe the Camel campaigns (2016) which in fact is a cartoonist like figure and “Studies published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) confirmed that Joe Camel is attractive to children.”…show more content…
Also, the fact that banning tobacco it raised employment due that people started to spend more money in other good and necessities, lead to the drop of consumption of tobacco in a huge amount during the following years, Almost 37% in Finland (Ban on Tobacco Ads by the Government of India., 2001) However, In the As the problem of the brand confusion and the marketing problems could be easily fix and aim to an adult section but they banned such, Formula I was sponsored by brands where their main revenue was
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