MANUFACTURING TOBACCO CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK GOVERNM ENT HEALTH W ARNING SM OKING CAN SERIOUSLY DAM AGE YOUR HEALTH Less tobacco per cigarette estimated lbs of leaf used per  cigarettes in the USA

MANUFACTURING TOBACCO CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK GOVERNM ENT HEALTH W ARNING SM OKING CAN SERIOUSLY DAM AGE YOUR HEALTH Less tobacco per cigarette estimated lbs of leaf used per cigarettes in the USA - Description

India 6 million children ages 4 to 14 work full time in the bidi industry 228 205 181 158 133 129 131 115 091 49 48 Each year over five trillion cigarettes are manufactured China is by far the largest cigarette manufacturer followed by the USA Chine ID: 30366 Download Pdf

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MANUFACTURING TOBACCO CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK GOVERNM ENT HEALTH W ARNING SM OKING CAN SERIOUSLY DAM AGE YOUR HEALTH Less tobacco per cigarette estimated lbs of leaf used per cigarettes in the USA

India 6 million children ages 4 to 14 work full time in the bidi industry 228 205 181 158 133 129 131 115 091 49 48 Each year over five trillion cigarettes are manufactured China is by far the largest cigarette manufacturer followed by the USA Chine

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MANUFACTURING TOBACCO CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK GOVERNM ENT HEALTH W ARNING: SM OKING CAN SERIOUSLY DAM AGE YOUR HEALTH Less tobacco per cigarette estimated lbs of leaf used per 1,000 cigarettes in the USA 1960–1999 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 Because of the use of additives and other technologies, such as “fluffing” and the use of reconstituted tobacco, tobacco companies use less and less tobacco per cigarette. India: 6 million children, ages 4 to 14, work full time in the bidi industry. 2.28 2.05 1.81 1.58 1.33 1.29 1.31 1.15 0.91 49 48 Each year, over five

trillion cigarettes are manufactured. China is by far the largest cigarette manufacturer, followed by the USA. Chinese cigarette production increased from 225 billion cigarettes annually in 1960 to 1.7 trillion a year in 1995, a seven-fold increase. The economic value of tobacco products is vast, totalling hundreds of billions of US dollars a year. Very little of this money is spent on tobacco itself. More is spent on paper, filters, and packaging than on tobacco. Nearly 2 million people are employed in the manufacture of tobacco products, two-thirds of whom are working in China, India and

Indonesia. Job losses which would result from a reduction in tobacco consumption are estimated to be fairly small. Technological advances in both farming and manufacturing have a much larger impact on jobs than tobacco control efforts. Hundreds of chemicals are added to tobacco in the manufacture of cigarettes. Additives make smoke easier to inhale into the lungs and allow for less tobacco to be used in each cigarette. Todays cigarettes are highly engineered, exquisitely designed “nicotine delivery devices”. Besides using less tobacco per cigarette, the composition of the cigarette is

also changing. Manufacturers are using more reconstituted tobacco, which makes it easier to add chemicals and to include leaf stems and dust which had previously been discarded. Manufacturing Tobacco 13 Tobacco manufacturing workers over 200,000 10,000 – 100,000 5,000 – 9,999 1,000 – 4,999 1 – 999 no data Number of workers 1999 or latest available data AUSTRALIA REP. KOREA BARBADOS TRINIDAD & TOBAGO ST VINCENT & GRENADINES NETH. ANTILLES ZIMBABWE UGANDA KYRGYZSTAN AZER Hong Kong SAR Macau SAR SRI LANKA JAMAICA CUBA DOMINICAN REPUBLIC MALAYSIA CHINA CAMBODIA LAO PDR THAILAND INDIA BANGLADESH

ISL. REP. IRAN PAKISTAN TURKEY IRAQ CYPRUS LEBANON ISRAEL JORDAN YEMEN SOMALIA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA CANADA ALGERIA SUDAN DEM. REP. CONGO ETHIOPIA ANGOLA EGYPT MOROCCO LIBYAN ARAB JAMAHIRIYA SENEGAL GAMBIA CAPE VERDE LIBERIA CTE DIVOIRE BURKINA FASO CAMEROON GABON CONGO SOUTH AFRICA MALAWI ZAMBIA UNITED REP. TANZANIA BURUNDI KENYA SIERRA LEONE GUATEMALA MEXICO HAITI BOLIVIA BRAZIL VENEZUELA COLOMBIA COSTA RICA PANAMA ECUADOR PERU GUYANA SURINAME BELIZE ARGENTINA URUGUAY CHILE PHILIPPINES NEW ZEALAND PAPUA NEW GUINEA INDONESIA JAPAN RUSSIAN FEDERATION MAURITIUS SINGAPORE

GRENADA MYANMAR FIJI CROATIA ITALY UKRAINE FYR MACEDONIA LITHUANIA LATVIA ALBANIA AUSTRIA HUNGARY BULGARIA ROMANIA GREECE YUGOSLAVIA POLAND B-H RUSSIAN FED. UNITED KINGDOM TUNISIA IRELAND DENMARK FRANCE SPAIN PORTUGAL GERMANY NETH. BELGIUM MOROCCO ALGERIA FINLAND SWEDEN CZECH REPUBLIC MALTA Where the tobacco dollar goes For every dollar spent on tobacco in the USA 4 is for the tobacco itself 7 is for non-tobacco materials 43 is for manufacturing 21 is for wholesale, retail & transport 15 is for state and local tax 11 is for federal tax