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'Globalisation Effects on Lifestyle and Health'
Transcript of 'Globalisation Effects on Lifestyle and Health'
'Tobacco Industries & Global Economy'
Important for Global Economy:
its Effect on Lifestyle
Tobacco global market is £450 -–500 billion. (BAT, 2013)
One billion smoker and 5.5 trillion cigarettes. (The telegraph, 2011)
£150 billion as taxes. (BAT, 2013)
Nearly two million people. (WHO, n.d)
Number 'ONE' case of death worldwide.
5.4 million people DIE annually.
Over 600 thousands of people will DIE "Negative Smoker".
More than quarter of them are kids. (CDC, 2011)
[Centers for Disease Control and Prevention]
[World Health Organization]
(Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2011)
The direct medical cost of
treating tobacco-related illnesses:
Canada $1.6 billion.
United Kingdom $2.25 billion.
China $3.5 billion.
Australia $6 billion.
Germany $14.7 billion.
United State of America $76 billion.
The indirect cost
(cost of fires caused by smoking):
Worldwide 2000, (300,000) people killed by fire
& the total cost was $27 billion.
China 1987, world’s worst forest fire
(300) people were killed,
(5,000) people made homeless
& 1.3 million hectares of lands destroyed.
(World Health Organization, n.d)
British American Tobacco (2013) Industry trends. Available at:
CorpWatch (1997) Tobacco's Impact on the Economy. Available at:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2011) Global Tobacco Surveillance System Data. Available at:
Tobacco Atlas (n.d) Costs to society. Available at:
The Telegraph (2011) Tobacco facts: ten things to know about smoking. Available at:
World Health Organisation (n.d) Costs to the Economy. Available at:
World Health Organisation (n.d) Manufacturing Tobacco. Available at: