Tobacco

Tobacco

Tobacco Industries have carried most of the economies in the worlds countries.

Most individuals in a state depend on the industries for their daily living.

Industries are formed for production of various products, and materials for usage within the country or for export.

Though there are different products produced by different industries, this is one of them and this paper seeks to look at the history,

Corporate stakeholders and response to their issues.

The role of the industry in its social, economic, and political setting among others.

Every year, more than 8 million people die from its use. Most tobacco-related deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries, areas that are targets of intensive tobacco industry interference and marketing.

Tobacco can also be deadly for non-smokers. Second-hand  smoke contributes to heart disease, cancer, and other diseases, causing an additional 1.2 million deaths annually.

In addition to the detrimental impact of tobacco on health, the total economic cost of smoking are estimated to be around 1.4 trillion USD per year.

this is equivalent in magnitude to 1.8% of the world’s annual gross domestic product (GDP).

Almost 40% of this cost occurred in developing countries, highlighting the substantial burden these countries suffer.

The scale of this human and economic tragedy is shocking, but it’s also preventable. Big Tobacco— along with all manufacturers of its products — is fighting to ensure the dangers of their products are concealed, but we are fighting back

For centuries, farmers and gardeners have cultivated homegrown tobacco for personal use and sale. Although today the vast majority of tobacco is grown and cured by large corporations, it’s still possible to grow your own with a bit of know-how and a lot of patience. Growing it is legal but can become quite a strenuous process, so follow these steps to grow your own