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" China, a 6.5 percent tax increase would be sufficient to finance a package of essential health services for one-third of China's poorest 100 million citizens. "
Curbing the Epidemic: Governments and the Economics of Tobacco Control - Page 10
edited by - 1999 - 122 pages
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The World Bank Strategy for Health, Nutrition and Population in the East ...

Fadia Saadah, James Knowles - 2000 - 57 pages
...cigarette consumption in most countries. Conservative estimates suggest that in China, a 6.5 percent tax increase would be sufficient to finance a package...one-third of China's poorest 100 million citizens. Effective policy options to reduce tobacco consumption include: raising taxes, publishing and disseminating...
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The World Bank Strategy for Health, Nutrition and Population in the East ...

Fadia Saadah, James Knowles - 2000 - 57 pages
...cigarette consumption in most countries. Conservative estimates suggest that in China, a 6.5 percent tax increase would be sufficient to finance a package of essential health services for one-third of Chinas poorest 100 million citizens. Effective policy options to reduce lobacco consumption include:...
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Cancer Control Opportunities in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Institute of Medicine, Board on Global Health, Committee on Cancer Control in Low- and Middle-Income Countries - 2007 - 340 pages
...consumption by 5 percent and increase government revenue by 5 percent. These increased earnings could finance a package of essential health services for one-third of China's poorest 100 million citizens in 1990 (Saxenian and McGreevey, 1996). Monitoring the Effects of Tobacco (and Other Important Risk...
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