Cigarette Tax Rises, Child Smokers Down?

The prevalence rate of child smokers in Indonesia in 2018 according to Basic Health Research reached 9.1 percent, up from 2013, which was 7.2 percent. According to research by the University of Indonesia PKJS, the number of child smokers continues to rise, due to the influence of peers as well as the price and excise of cigarettes.

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