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How smoking affects other countries

Children

In rich developed countries like the UK, the good news is that fewer people are smoking. But the bad news is that in poorer developing nations like many African countries, more and more people are smoking.


To make things worse, tobacco is grown in developing nations and these countries depend on the money tobacco farming makes. Over time, this situation has made these countries even poorer and takes up land that could be used to grow food.


Tobacco advertising has not been banned in these countries like it has in the UK and smokers are not made aware of the harm cigarettes can do to their health. Most poorer nations have very few laws to restrict the sale of cigarettes, even to children.

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