A new study has discovered that people living in poor countries are exposed to more powerful and aggressive tobacco marketing in comparison to those living in rich countries.
According to a Research, tobacco marketing, which drives the addiction of smoking particularly among young generation, is still successful despite many countries’ efforts to prohibit it.
Studies explain that the more youth are exposed to tobacco marketing, the more likely they will smoke as adults.
Anna Gilmore and his team create that in low-income countries 64.2 percent of chosen stores sold single cigarettes in comparison against 2.8 percent in high-income countries.
It is expected that tobacco use will cause 8.4 million deaths around the year 2020, out of which 70% will occur in developing countries.