According to the WHO

According to the WHO, in Bangladesh, ’43 % of the adult population – or 41 million people – use tobacco in any form, compared with 37 % in 2004 the country the country fits a pattern emerging in the region of the rising prices of female tobacco use, particularly in Southeast Asian countries like Indonesia, the Philippines and Cambodia, ‘AFP writes more info .

This information was at with permission from the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. You can view the entire Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report search the archives and sign up for email delivery of global health. Largest untapped largest untapped market – [t] obacco companies are encouraging to see women in developing countries as their own. , According to the WHO – which has the theme of tobacco marketing women chosen for 2010 No Tobacco Day on 31 .

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