presentation I am going to talk about the impact on smoking in society, how it affect our economy and what are the ways the government take to prevent the youth to start smoking The report is based on Switzerland. The tobacco industry has a very heavy economical effect on our society. qqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqThink about all the little shops, the little drugstores that sell cigarette. It's not as they all depend on cigarettes to live but it is a big part of their revenue.

Ironically, the business for selling drugs to quit smoking is also very important and therefore without the tobacco industry, there would be a big financial whole int eh economy. Finally, cigarettes bring taxes to the country. In Switzerland, the government taxes Switzerland on 3 levels: - Federal- Cantonal- Communal (draw graph) The tax is from the 21 st of March 1969. The money made from this tax goes directly to the big insurance called AVS which is the insurance for elderly people. Every year, the government rise the price of the cigarette. The price of a pack of cigarette is now 1.

50 CHF more expensive than 10 years ago and it was the last raise of 0. 30 ct that made consumers made. Here is what a 4. 50 CHf pack of cigarette was worth in 1997 (draw graph) The government is also divided into two parts: the ones who want people to spend more money on cigarette so that more money comes in the insurance, and on the other side, there are people who want to stop young people from buying cigarettespresentationI am going to talk about the impact on smoking in society, how it affect our economy and what are the ways the government take to prevent the youth to start smoking The report is based on Switzerland. The tobacco industry has a very heavy economical effect on our society.

Think about all the little shops, the little drugstores that sell cigarette. It's not as they all depend on cigarettes to live but it is a big part of their revenue. Ironically, the business for selling drugs to quit smoking is also very important and therefore without the tobacco industry, there would be a big financial whole int eh economy. Finally, cigarettes bring taxes to the country. In Switzerland, the government taxes Switzerland on 3 levels: - Federal- Cantonal- Communal (draw graph) The tax is from the 21 st of March 1969. The money made from this tax goes directly to the big insurance called AVS which is the insurance for elderly people.

Every year, the government rise the price of the cigarette. The price of a pack of cigarette is now 1. 50 CHF more expensive than 10 years ago and it was the last raise of 0. 30 ct that made consumers made. Here is what a 4. 50 CHf pack of cigarette was worth in 1997 (draw graph) The government is also divided into two parts: the ones who want people to spend more money on cigarette so that more money comes in the insurance, and on the other side, there are people who want to stop young people from buying cigarettespresentationI am going to talk about the impact on smoking in society, how it affect our economy and what are the ways the government take to prevent the youth to start smoking The report is based on Switzerland.

The tobacco industry has a very heavy economical effect on our society. Think about all the little shops, the little drugstores that sell cigarette. It's not as they all depend on cigarettes to live but it is a big part of their revenue. Ironically, the business for selling drugs to quit smoking is also very important and therefore without the tobacco industry, there would be a big financial whole int eh economy. Finally, cigarettes bring taxes to the country. In Switzerland, the government taxes Switzerland on 3 levels: - Federal- Cantonal- Communal (draw graph) The tax is from the 21 st of March 1969.

The money made from this tax goes directly to the big insurance called AVS which is the insurance for elderly people. Every year, the government rise the price of the cigarette. The price of a pack of cigarette is now 1. 50 CHF more expensive than 10 years ago and it was the last raise of 0.

30 ct that made consumers made. Here is what a 4. 50 CHf pack of cigarette was worth in 1997 (draw graph) The government is also divided into two parts: the ones who want people to spend more money on cigarette so that more money comes in the insurance, and on the other side, there are people who want to stop young people from buying cigarettes.