Action against the illicit tobacco trade

Eliminating the illicit trade in tobacco would generate an annual tax windfall of US$31 billion for governments, improve public health, help cut crime and curb an important revenue source for the tobacco industry. WHO is calling on Member States to sign the Protocol to Eliminate the Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products which, once fully implemented will replenish government revenues and allow more spending on health.

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