Thailand Tobacco Monopoly

Tobacco is killing more Thais

In 2015, Thailand’s National Statistical Office revealed that the number of Thais above the age of 15 who smoked cigarettes had risen to 11.4 million from the previous year – an increase of 21 percent. It also revealed that every year there were about 50,000 Thais who died as a result of smoking.

16 March 2019
0

Tobacco’s murder streak continues

Three years ago, Thailand’s National Statistical Office revealed that the number of Thais above the age of 15 who smoked cigarettes had risen to 11.4 million in the previous year – an increase of 21 percent.

3 September 2018
0