Originally Posted by JonMc
As it is now I suppose. I don't see how anything else is workable.
Well as mentioned above you could go for an outright ban - Bhutan tried it but it didn't work. They are trying again but it is only a ban on buying or selling tobacco in the country.
Also there is a lot of new legislation being talked about - display bans, plain packaging, increased duty etc.
While there is still a demand for tobacco products (and the WHO is forecasting that total consumption will remain pretty static over the next 50 years) does some of the legislation run the risk of driving the business underground?