China reports the first fall of tobacco sales in two decades

China reports the first fall of tobacco sales in two decades

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The amount of tobacco sold in China fell last year for the first time in more than 20 years, as a government health drive and rise in excise taxes began to take effect. Despite the fall, China still accounts for 45 percent of all cigarettes smoked worldwide.

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