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Measuring Employment in the Tobacco Industry: The Case of the Philippines

Measuring Employment in the Tobacco Industry: The Case of the Philippines

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The argument that lost employment due to higher taxes for tobacco products will affect the economy is wrong. Employment in this sector is merely 1% of total employment. Yes, people engaged in the industry will lose their source of livelihood. However, this is where government comes in to help the affected people to shift.
The argument that lost employment due to higher taxes for tobacco products will affect the economy is wrong. Employment in this sector is merely 1% of total employment. Yes, people engaged in the industry will lose their source of livelihood. However, this is where government comes in to help the affected people to shift.

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Published by: Ruben Carlo Asuncion on Sep 07, 2010
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Myrna S. Austria, Ph.D.Ruben Carlo O. AsuncionThe Collaborative Funding Program forSoutheast Asia Tobacco Control Research
MEASURINGEMPLOYMENT IN THETOBACCO INDUSTRY:THE CASE OF THEPHILIPPINES
 
Financial support fromThe Rockefeller Foundation andThai Health Promotion Foundation (ThaiHealth)

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