Banning Tobacco Advertising In Lebanon
According to The Daily Star Lebanon, the Lebanese community consumes approximately 600 million cigarettes annually, spending more than $400 million a year to do so.
Only around $8 million is earned by Lebanese advertisement agencies from Tobacco products, and a ban of tobacco ads would drastically hit their revenues selling power, virility, happiness, liberty and passion. Smoking advertisements are on wide display on Lebanese TVs, in magazines, newspapers and on billboards. Sadly, Lebanon is the only Arab country to allow tobacco advertisements. Since Oct. 25, 1999 tobacco ha…
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