Tandy Reynolds, from Spinport News reported that China will have one more shot to kicking those bad habit. The government of China, through their Ministry of Health will banned all smokers in public enclosed spaces, starting on May 1st.
The move, which is said as a promising move by Simon Chapman of Australia’s University, they have to grasp the experience of Canada, Australia and Europe on how they have reduces about 20% of tobacco consumption in indoor area. Despite the opportunity to smoke that will lost, a recent survey stated that, in more than 12,000 Chinese citizen been surveyed, 41.1% still smoke at work despite anti-smoking policies.
A more productive measure got to be done in order to increase the price of the cigarette. Although China has increased tobacco taxes, their cigarette still amongst the cheapest in the world. With over 300 million smokers in the country, they are making a great deal of passive smoking by those who not indulge.