The World Health Organisation recommends an excise tax share of at least 70 per cent in what consumers ultimately pay for all tobacco products. Photo: AFP

Go beyond e-cigarette ban: raise tobacco taxes further to truly protect public health

  • Hong Kong can look to the UK, which regularly raises taxes on tobacco products to keep up with inflation
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The World Health Organisation recommends an excise tax share of at least 70 per cent in what consumers ultimately pay for all tobacco products. Photo: AFP
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