Tobacco Tax Structure is Key to Reducing Tobacco Use and Raising Government Revenue

This policy brief was prepared by the BRAC Institute of Governance and Development, BRAC University (BIGD), in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The brief discusses research by the think tank about the role of tobacco tax structures in reducing tobacco use and raising government revenue. With 37.8 million (35.3%) of adults in Bangladesh consuming tobacco products, they are one of the largest tobacco consuming countries in the world.

A corresponding policy brief can be found here.

Tobacconomics published a blog about this brief on 5/7/19.