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As an important producer and exporter of various tobaccos such as cigarettes and cigars, Indonesia is an important part of the Asian tobacco market. Tobacco advertisements can be seen everywhere in Indonesia, although it is still growing when global tobacco sales are declining. However, 2017 saw its first sales decline. And in 2018, Indonesia imposed a 57% tax on e-cigarette products. The status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis銆€銆€The drop in cigarette sales in the Indonesian market at the beginning is surprising. As in the past, at the beginning of 2016, except for the normal increase in consumption tax and the increase in the minimum retail price, the government did not implement strict tobacco control policies, and even in some public places, there were no clear smoking bans. But after reading the content below, you will also feel that the status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€ 1. Tobacco control causes livelihood problems for smokers. For Indonesia, the pressure from anti-smoking organizations and the international community is increasing, and they ask the Indonesian government to do more in tobacco control. The national tobacco industry鈥檚 tax and fee income amounts to 143.5 trillion Indonesian rupiah (1 Indonesian rupiah is about 0.0005 yuan), which is a huge amount of money for a country that wants to improve its domestic infrastructure. In addition, thousands of Indonesians form an intricate cigarette supply chain network. If too strict measures are taken against the tobacco industry, it may affect the livelihoods of tobacco factory workers and many tobacco farmers.銆€銆€2. Sales of all three types of cigarettes have declined. The poor sales of hand-rolled kretek and white cigarettes (commonly known in Indonesia as ordinary cigarettes) are not surprising鈥攃onsumption preferences have changed. The market demand for kretek has been declining steadily for several years. At the same time, white cigarettes Cigarettes are not so popular anymore. What really makes the market sluggish is the decline in sales of machine-made clove cigarettes, which can account for 3/4 of the country's cigarette market.銆€銆€3. Price increases have led to sluggish consumption. The low-income consumer class first felt the impact of price increases, and these consumer groups accounted for a relatively high proportion in Indonesia. With the increase in prices of other daily necessities, many low-income consumers can only cut their daily cigarette consumption.銆€銆€ 4. Consumers are turning to new tobacco products. In 2016, the sales revenue of e-cigarettes in Indonesia increased nearly five times, reaching IDR321 billion.銆€銆€ Due to the further increase in the consumption tax, minimum retail price and value-added tax on tobacco products in the first half of 2017, some data and information indicate that the Indonesian cigarette market is suffering from declining sales. Based on this, in the short term, it is unlikely that cigarette sales in the Indonesian market will rise again. Perhaps, the Indonesian market will no longer be a paradise for cigarette consumption. According to the report, this Southeast Asian country has the highest smoking rate in the world. 65% of adult men smoke, and each pack of cigarettes is priced at about US$2 (approximately RMB 12.7). 銆€銆€Indonesian e-cigarette products impose a 57% tax. In this country, it is difficult to find smoking cessation products. At the same time, as more and more tobacco companies around the world are turned away from countries that are strictly non-smoking, Indonesia stands out as a major growth market. Despite being a paradise for tobacco, e-cigarette cafes have continued to develop amid controversy in recent years.銆€銆€ In response, the Indonesian government stated that starting from the summer of 2018, taxes of up to 57% will be imposed on non-tobacco substitutes. Hasbullah Thabrany, an Indonesian health expert and consultant to the National Tobacco Control Board, warned that although the tariff and excise laws require the government to impose taxes on these products, the government may use the taxation to favor one side, saying, “ I believe this policy will support the tobacco industry.銆€銆€ Indonesia鈥檚 Minister of Trade, Enggartiasto Lukita, stated that the development of e-cigarettes will harm the interests of tobacco growers. Those who switch to e-cigarettes should smoke traditional cigarettes. Indonesian government policy is not popular with IT employee Roy Iskandar, because he has switched to e-cigarettes after failing to quit smoking many times, and said: "If the government levies such a high tax, then like me quit smoking People who feel healthier afterwards may relapse. ”2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis, 57% tax on e-cigarettes supports the country鈥檚 tobacco industryAs an important producer and exporter of various tobaccos such as cigarettes and cigars, Indonesia is an important part of the Asian tobacco market. Tobacco advertisements can be seen everywhere in Indonesia, although it is still growing when global tobacco sales are declining. However, 2017 saw its first sales decline. And in 2018, Indonesia imposed a 57% tax on e-cigarette products. The status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis銆€銆€The drop in cigarette sales in the Indonesian market at the beginning is surprising. As in the past, at the beginning of 2016, except for the normal increase in consumption tax and the increase in the minimum retail price, the government did not implement strict tobacco control policies, and even in some public places, there were no clear smoking bans. But after reading the content below, you will also feel that the status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€ 1. Tobacco control causes livelihood problems for smokers. For Indonesia, the pressure from anti-smoking organizations and the international community is increasing, and they ask the Indonesian government to do more in tobacco control. The national tobacco industry鈥檚 tax and fee income amounts to 143.5 trillion Indonesian rupiah (1 Indonesian rupiah is about 0.0005 yuan), which is a huge amount of money for a country that wants to improve its domestic infrastructure. In addition, thousands of Indonesians form an intricate cigarette supply chain network. If too strict measures are taken against the tobacco industry, it may affect the livelihoods of tobacco factory workers and many tobacco farmers.銆€銆€2. Sales of all three types of cigarettes have declined. The poor sales of hand-rolled kretek and white cigarettes (commonly known in Indonesia as ordinary cigarettes) are not surprising鈥攃onsumption preferences have changed. The market demand for kretek has been declining steadily for several years. At the same time, white cigarettes Cigarettes are not so popular anymore. What really makes the market sluggish is the decline in sales of machine-made clove cigarettes, which can account for 3/4 of the country's cigarette market.銆€銆€3. Price increases have led to sluggish consumption. The low-income consumer class first felt the impact of price increases, and these consumer groups accounted for a relatively high proportion in Indonesia. With the increase in prices of other daily necessities, many low-income consumers can only cut their daily cigarette consumption.銆€銆€ 4. Consumers are turning to new tobacco products. In 2016, the sales revenue of e-cigarettes in Indonesia increased nearly five times, reaching IDR321 billion.銆€銆€ Due to the further increase in the consumption tax, minimum retail price and value-added tax on tobacco products in the first half of 2017, some data and information indicate that the Indonesian cigarette market is suffering from declining sales. Based on this, in the short term, it is unlikely that cigarette sales in the Indonesian market will rise again. Perhaps, the Indonesian market will no longer be a paradise for cigarette consumption. According to the report, this Southeast Asian country has the highest smoking rate in the world. 65% of adult men smoke, and each pack of cigarettes is priced at about US$2 (approximately RMB 12.7). 銆€銆€Indonesian e-cigarette products impose a 57% tax. In this country, it is difficult to find smoking cessation products. At the same time, as more and more tobacco companies around the world are turned away from countries that are strictly non-smoking, Indonesia stands out as a major growth market. Despite being a paradise for tobacco, e-cigarette cafes have continued to develop amid controversy in recent years.銆€銆€ In response, the Indonesian government stated that starting from the summer of 2018, taxes of up to 57% will be imposed on non-tobacco substitutes. Hasbullah Thabrany, an Indonesian health expert and consultant to the National Tobacco Control Board, warned that although the tariff and excise laws require the government to impose taxes on these products, the government may use the taxation to favor one side, saying, “ I believe this policy will support the tobacco industry.銆€銆€ Indonesia鈥檚 Minister of Trade, Enggartiasto Lukita, stated that the development of e-cigarettes will harm the interests of tobacco growers. Those who switch to e-cigarettes should smoke traditional cigarettes. Indonesian government policy is not popular with IT employee Roy Iskandar, because he has switched to e-cigarettes after failing to quit smoking many times, and said: "If the government levies such a high tax, then like me quit smoking People who feel healthier afterwards may relapse. ”2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis, 57% tax on e-cigarettes supports the country鈥檚 tobacco industry2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis, 57% tax on e-cigarettes supports the country鈥檚 tobacco industry

2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis, 57% tax on e-cigarettes supports the country鈥檚 tobacco industryAs an important producer and exporter of various tobaccos such as cigarettes and cigars, Indonesia is an important part of the Asian tobacco market. Tobacco advertisements can be seen everywhere in Indonesia, although it is still growing when global tobacco sales are declining. However, 2017 saw its first sales decline. And in 2018, Indonesia imposed a 57% tax on e-cigarette products. The status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis銆€銆€The drop in cigarette sales in the Indonesian market at the beginning is surprising. As in the past, at the beginning of 2016, except for the normal increase in consumption tax and the increase in the minimum retail price, the government did not implement strict tobacco control policies, and even in some public places, there were no clear smoking bans. But after reading the content below, you will also feel that the status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€ 1. Tobacco control causes livelihood problems for smokers. For Indonesia, the pressure from anti-smoking organizations and the international community is increasing, and they ask the Indonesian government to do more in tobacco control. The national tobacco industry鈥檚 tax and fee income amounts to 143.5 trillion Indonesian rupiah (1 Indonesian rupiah is about 0.0005 yuan), which is a huge amount of money for a country that wants to improve its domestic infrastructure. In addition, thousands of Indonesians form an intricate cigarette supply chain network. If too strict measures are taken against the tobacco industry, it may affect the livelihoods of tobacco factory workers and many tobacco farmers.銆€銆€2. Sales of all three types of cigarettes have declined. The poor sales of hand-rolled kretek and white cigarettes (commonly known in Indonesia as ordinary cigarettes) are not surprising鈥攃onsumption preferences have changed. The market demand for kretek has been declining steadily for several years. At the same time, white cigarettes Cigarettes are not so popular anymore. What really makes the market sluggish is the decline in sales of machine-made clove cigarettes, which can account for 3/4 of the country's cigarette market.銆€銆€3. Price increases have led to sluggish consumption. The low-income consumer class first felt the impact of price increases, and these consumer groups accounted for a relatively high proportion in Indonesia. With the increase in prices of other daily necessities, many low-income consumers can only cut their daily cigarette consumption.銆€銆€ 4. Consumers are turning to new tobacco products. In 2016, the sales revenue of e-cigarettes in Indonesia increased nearly five times, reaching IDR321 billion.銆€銆€ Due to the further increase in the consumption tax, minimum retail price and value-added tax on tobacco products in the first half of 2017, some data and information indicate that the Indonesian cigarette market is suffering from declining sales. Based on this, in the short term, it is unlikely that cigarette sales in the Indonesian market will rise again. Perhaps, the Indonesian market will no longer be a paradise for cigarette consumption. According to the report, this Southeast Asian country has the highest smoking rate in the world. 65% of adult men smoke, and each pack of cigarettes is priced at about US$2 (approximately RMB 12.7). 銆€銆€Indonesian e-cigarette products impose a 57% tax. In this country, it is difficult to find smoking cessation products. At the same time, as more and more tobacco companies around the world are turned away from countries that are strictly non-smoking, Indonesia stands out as a major growth market. Despite being a paradise for tobacco, e-cigarette cafes have continued to develop amid controversy in recent years.銆€銆€ In response, the Indonesian government stated that starting from the summer of 2018, taxes of up to 57% will be imposed on non-tobacco substitutes. Hasbullah Thabrany, an Indonesian health expert and consultant to the National Tobacco Control Board, warned that although the tariff and excise laws require the government to impose taxes on these products, the government may use the taxation to favor one side, saying, “ I believe this policy will support the tobacco industry.銆€銆€ Indonesia鈥檚 Minister of Trade, Enggartiasto Lukita, stated that the development of e-cigarettes will harm the interests of tobacco growers. Those who switch to e-cigarettes should smoke traditional cigarettes. Indonesian government policy is not popular with IT employee Roy Iskandar, because he has switched to e-cigarettes after failing to quit smoking many times, and said: "If the government levies such a high tax, then like me quit smoking People who feel healthier afterwards may relapse. ”As an important producer and exporter of various tobaccos such as cigarettes and cigars, Indonesia is an important part of the Asian tobacco market. Tobacco advertisements can be seen everywhere in Indonesia, although it is still growing when global tobacco sales are declining. However, 2017 saw its first sales decline. And in 2018, Indonesia imposed a 57% tax on e-cigarette products. The status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis銆€銆€The drop in cigarette sales in the Indonesian market at the beginning is surprising. As in the past, at the beginning of 2016, except for the normal increase in consumption tax and the increase in the minimum retail price, the government did not implement strict tobacco control policies, and even in some public places, there were no clear smoking bans. But after reading the content below, you will also feel that the status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€ 1. Tobacco control causes livelihood problems for smokers. For Indonesia, the pressure from anti-smoking organizations and the international community is increasing, and they ask the Indonesian government to do more in tobacco control. The national tobacco industry鈥檚 tax and fee income amounts to 143.5 trillion Indonesian rupiah (1 Indonesian rupiah is about 0.0005 yuan), which is a huge amount of money for a country that wants to improve its domestic infrastructure. In addition, thousands of Indonesians form an intricate cigarette supply chain network. If too strict measures are taken against the tobacco industry, it may affect the livelihoods of tobacco factory workers and many tobacco farmers.銆€銆€2. Sales of all three types of cigarettes have declined. The poor sales of hand-rolled kretek and white cigarettes (commonly known in Indonesia as ordinary cigarettes) are not surprising鈥攃onsumption preferences have changed. The market demand for kretek has been declining steadily for several years. At the same time, white cigarettes Cigarettes are not so popular anymore. What really makes the market sluggish is the decline in sales of machine-made clove cigarettes, which can account for 3/4 of the country's cigarette market.銆€銆€3. Price increases have led to sluggish consumption. The low-income consumer class first felt the impact of price increases, and these consumer groups accounted for a relatively high proportion in Indonesia. With the increase in prices of other daily necessities, many low-income consumers can only cut their daily cigarette consumption.銆€銆€ 4. Consumers are turning to new tobacco products. In 2016, the sales revenue of e-cigarettes in Indonesia increased nearly five times, reaching IDR321 billion.銆€銆€ Due to the further increase in the consumption tax, minimum retail price and value-added tax on tobacco products in the first half of 2017, some data and information indicate that the Indonesian cigarette market is suffering from declining sales. Based on this, in the short term, it is unlikely that cigarette sales in the Indonesian market will rise again. Perhaps, the Indonesian market will no longer be a paradise for cigarette consumption. According to the report, this Southeast Asian country has the highest smoking rate in the world. 65% of adult men smoke, and each pack of cigarettes is priced at about US$2 (approximately RMB 12.7). 銆€銆€Indonesian e-cigarette products impose a 57% tax. In this country, it is difficult to find smoking cessation products. At the same time, as more and more tobacco companies around the world are turned away from countries that are strictly non-smoking, Indonesia stands out as a major growth market. Despite being a paradise for tobacco, e-cigarette cafes have continued to develop amid controversy in recent years.銆€銆€ In response, the Indonesian government stated that starting from the summer of 2018, taxes of up to 57% will be imposed on non-tobacco substitutes. Hasbullah Thabrany, an Indonesian health expert and consultant to the National Tobacco Control Board, warned that although the tariff and excise laws require the government to impose taxes on these products, the government may use the taxation to favor one side, saying, “ I believe this policy will support the tobacco industry.銆€銆€ Indonesia鈥檚 Minister of Trade, Enggartiasto Lukita, stated that the development of e-cigarettes will harm the interests of tobacco growers. Those who switch to e-cigarettes should smoke traditional cigarettes. Indonesian government policy is not popular with IT employee Roy Iskandar, because he has switched to e-cigarettes after failing to quit smoking many times, and said: "If the government levies such a high tax, then like me quit smoking People who feel healthier afterwards may relapse. ”As an important producer and exporter of various tobaccos such as cigarettes and cigars, Indonesia is an important part of the Asian tobacco market. Tobacco advertisements can be seen everywhere in Indonesia, although it is still growing when global tobacco sales are declining. However, 2017 saw its first sales decline. And in 2018, Indonesia imposed a 57% tax on e-cigarette products. The status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis銆€銆€The drop in cigarette sales in the Indonesian market at the beginning is surprising. As in the past, at the beginning of 2016, except for the normal increase in consumption tax and the increase in the minimum retail price, the government did not implement strict tobacco control policies, and even in some public places, there were no clear smoking bans. But after reading the content below, you will also feel that the status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€ 1. Tobacco control causes livelihood problems for smokers. For Indonesia, the pressure from anti-smoking organizations and the international community is increasing, and they ask the Indonesian government to do more in tobacco control. The national tobacco industry鈥檚 tax and fee income amounts to 143.5 trillion Indonesian rupiah (1 Indonesian rupiah is about 0.0005 yuan), which is a huge amount of money for a country that wants to improve its domestic infrastructure. In addition, thousands of Indonesians form an intricate cigarette supply chain network. If too strict measures are taken against the tobacco industry, it may affect the livelihoods of tobacco factory workers and many tobacco farmers.銆€銆€2. Sales of all three types of cigarettes have declined. The poor sales of hand-rolled kretek and white cigarettes (commonly known in Indonesia as ordinary cigarettes) are not surprising鈥攃onsumption preferences have changed. The market demand for kretek has been declining steadily for several years. At the same time, white cigarettes Cigarettes are not so popular anymore. What really makes the market sluggish is the decline in sales of machine-made clove cigarettes, which can account for 3/4 of the country's cigarette market.銆€銆€3. Price increases have led to sluggish consumption. The low-income consumer class first felt the impact of price increases, and these consumer groups accounted for a relatively high proportion in Indonesia. With the increase in prices of other daily necessities, many low-income consumers can only cut their daily cigarette consumption.銆€銆€ 4. Consumers are turning to new tobacco products. In 2016, the sales revenue of e-cigarettes in Indonesia increased nearly five times, reaching IDR321 billion.銆€銆€ Due to the further increase in the consumption tax, minimum retail price and value-added tax on tobacco products in the first half of 2017, some data and information indicate that the Indonesian cigarette market is suffering from declining sales. Based on this, in the short term, it is unlikely that cigarette sales in the Indonesian market will rise again. Perhaps, the Indonesian market will no longer be a paradise for cigarette consumption. According to the report, this Southeast Asian country has the highest smoking rate in the world. 65% of adult men smoke, and each pack of cigarettes is priced at about US$2 (approximately RMB 12.7). 銆€銆€Indonesian e-cigarette products impose a 57% tax. In this country, it is difficult to find smoking cessation products. At the same time, as more and more tobacco companies around the world are turned away from countries that are strictly non-smoking, Indonesia stands out as a major growth market. Despite being a paradise for tobacco, e-cigarette cafes have continued to develop amid controversy in recent years.銆€銆€ In response, the Indonesian government stated that starting from the summer of 2018, taxes of up to 57% will be imposed on non-tobacco substitutes. Hasbullah Thabrany, an Indonesian health expert and consultant to the National Tobacco Control Board, warned that although the tariff and excise laws require the government to impose taxes on these products, the government may use the taxation to favor one side, saying, “ I believe this policy will support the tobacco industry.銆€銆€ Indonesia鈥檚 Minister of Trade, Enggartiasto Lukita, stated that the development of e-cigarettes will harm the interests of tobacco growers. Those who switch to e-cigarettes should smoke traditional cigarettes. Indonesian government policy is not popular with IT employee Roy Iskandar, because he has switched to e-cigarettes after failing to quit smoking many times, and said: "If the government levies such a high tax, then like me quit smoking People who feel healthier afterwards may relapse. ”2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis, 57% tax on e-cigarettes supports the country鈥檚 tobacco industry

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2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis, 57% tax on e-cigarettes supports the country鈥檚 tobacco industryAs an important producer and exporter of various tobaccos such as cigarettes and cigars, Indonesia is an important part of the Asian tobacco market. Tobacco advertisements can be seen everywhere in Indonesia, although it is still growing when global tobacco sales are declining. However, 2017 saw its first sales decline. And in 2018, Indonesia imposed a 57% tax on e-cigarette products. The status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis銆€銆€The drop in cigarette sales in the Indonesian market at the beginning is surprising. As in the past, at the beginning of 2016, except for the normal increase in consumption tax and the increase in the minimum retail price, the government did not implement strict tobacco control policies, and even in some public places, there were no clear smoking bans. But after reading the content below, you will also feel that the status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€ 1. Tobacco control causes livelihood problems for smokers. For Indonesia, the pressure from anti-smoking organizations and the international community is increasing, and they ask the Indonesian government to do more in tobacco control. The national tobacco industry鈥檚 tax and fee income amounts to 143.5 trillion Indonesian rupiah (1 Indonesian rupiah is about 0.0005 yuan), which is a huge amount of money for a country that wants to improve its domestic infrastructure. In addition, thousands of Indonesians form an intricate cigarette supply chain network. If too strict measures are taken against the tobacco industry, it may affect the livelihoods of tobacco factory workers and many tobacco farmers.銆€銆€2. Sales of all three types of cigarettes have declined. The poor sales of hand-rolled kretek and white cigarettes (commonly known in Indonesia as ordinary cigarettes) are not surprising鈥攃onsumption preferences have changed. The market demand for kretek has been declining steadily for several years. At the same time, white cigarettes Cigarettes are not so popular anymore. What really makes the market sluggish is the decline in sales of machine-made clove cigarettes, which can account for 3/4 of the country's cigarette market.銆€銆€3. Price increases have led to sluggish consumption. The low-income consumer class first felt the impact of price increases, and these consumer groups accounted for a relatively high proportion in Indonesia. With the increase in prices of other daily necessities, many low-income consumers can only cut their daily cigarette consumption.銆€銆€ 4. Consumers are turning to new tobacco products. In 2016, the sales revenue of e-cigarettes in Indonesia increased nearly five times, reaching IDR321 billion.銆€銆€ Due to the further increase in the consumption tax, minimum retail price and value-added tax on tobacco products in the first half of 2017, some data and information indicate that the Indonesian cigarette market is suffering from declining sales. Based on this, in the short term, it is unlikely that cigarette sales in the Indonesian market will rise again. Perhaps, the Indonesian market will no longer be a paradise for cigarette consumption. According to the report, this Southeast Asian country has the highest smoking rate in the world. 65% of adult men smoke, and each pack of cigarettes is priced at about US$2 (approximately RMB 12.7). 銆€銆€Indonesian e-cigarette products impose a 57% tax. In this country, it is difficult to find smoking cessation products. At the same time, as more and more tobacco companies around the world are turned away from countries that are strictly non-smoking, Indonesia stands out as a major growth market. Despite being a paradise for tobacco, e-cigarette cafes have continued to develop amid controversy in recent years.銆€銆€ In response, the Indonesian government stated that starting from the summer of 2018, taxes of up to 57% will be imposed on non-tobacco substitutes. Hasbullah Thabrany, an Indonesian health expert and consultant to the National Tobacco Control Board, warned that although the tariff and excise laws require the government to impose taxes on these products, the government may use the taxation to favor one side, saying, “ I believe this policy will support the tobacco industry.銆€銆€ Indonesia鈥檚 Minister of Trade, Enggartiasto Lukita, stated that the development of e-cigarettes will harm the interests of tobacco growers. Those who switch to e-cigarettes should smoke traditional cigarettes. Indonesian government policy is not popular with IT employee Roy Iskandar, because he has switched to e-cigarettes after failing to quit smoking many times, and said: "If the government levies such a high tax, then like me quit smoking People who feel healthier afterwards may relapse. ”2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis, 57% tax on e-cigarettes supports the country鈥檚 tobacco industry2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis, 57% tax on e-cigarettes supports the country鈥檚 tobacco industryAs an important producer and exporter of various tobaccos such as cigarettes and cigars, Indonesia is an important part of the Asian tobacco market. Tobacco advertisements can be seen everywhere in Indonesia, although it is still growing when global tobacco sales are declining. However, 2017 saw its first sales decline. And in 2018, Indonesia imposed a 57% tax on e-cigarette products. The status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis銆€銆€The drop in cigarette sales in the Indonesian market at the beginning is surprising. As in the past, at the beginning of 2016, except for the normal increase in consumption tax and the increase in the minimum retail price, the government did not implement strict tobacco control policies, and even in some public places, there were no clear smoking bans. But after reading the content below, you will also feel that the status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€ 1. Tobacco control causes livelihood problems for smokers. For Indonesia, the pressure from anti-smoking organizations and the international community is increasing, and they ask the Indonesian government to do more in tobacco control. The national tobacco industry鈥檚 tax and fee income amounts to 143.5 trillion Indonesian rupiah (1 Indonesian rupiah is about 0.0005 yuan), which is a huge amount of money for a country that wants to improve its domestic infrastructure. In addition, thousands of Indonesians form an intricate cigarette supply chain network. If too strict measures are taken against the tobacco industry, it may affect the livelihoods of tobacco factory workers and many tobacco farmers.銆€銆€2. Sales of all three types of cigarettes have declined. The poor sales of hand-rolled kretek and white cigarettes (commonly known in Indonesia as ordinary cigarettes) are not surprising鈥攃onsumption preferences have changed. The market demand for kretek has been declining steadily for several years. At the same time, white cigarettes Cigarettes are not so popular anymore. What really makes the market sluggish is the decline in sales of machine-made clove cigarettes, which can account for 3/4 of the country's cigarette market.銆€銆€3. Price increases have led to sluggish consumption. The low-income consumer class first felt the impact of price increases, and these consumer groups accounted for a relatively high proportion in Indonesia. With the increase in prices of other daily necessities, many low-income consumers can only cut their daily cigarette consumption.銆€銆€ 4. Consumers are turning to new tobacco products. In 2016, the sales revenue of e-cigarettes in Indonesia increased nearly five times, reaching IDR321 billion.銆€銆€ Due to the further increase in the consumption tax, minimum retail price and value-added tax on tobacco products in the first half of 2017, some data and information indicate that the Indonesian cigarette market is suffering from declining sales. Based on this, in the short term, it is unlikely that cigarette sales in the Indonesian market will rise again. Perhaps, the Indonesian market will no longer be a paradise for cigarette consumption. According to the report, this Southeast Asian country has the highest smoking rate in the world. 65% of adult men smoke, and each pack of cigarettes is priced at about US$2 (approximately RMB 12.7). 銆€銆€Indonesian e-cigarette products impose a 57% tax. In this country, it is difficult to find smoking cessation products. At the same time, as more and more tobacco companies around the world are turned away from countries that are strictly non-smoking, Indonesia stands out as a major growth market. Despite being a paradise for tobacco, e-cigarette cafes have continued to develop amid controversy in recent years.銆€銆€ In response, the Indonesian government stated that starting from the summer of 2018, taxes of up to 57% will be imposed on non-tobacco substitutes. Hasbullah Thabrany, an Indonesian health expert and consultant to the National Tobacco Control Board, warned that although the tariff and excise laws require the government to impose taxes on these products, the government may use the taxation to favor one side, saying, “ I believe this policy will support the tobacco industry.銆€銆€ Indonesia鈥檚 Minister of Trade, Enggartiasto Lukita, stated that the development of e-cigarettes will harm the interests of tobacco growers. Those who switch to e-cigarettes should smoke traditional cigarettes. Indonesian government policy is not popular with IT employee Roy Iskandar, because he has switched to e-cigarettes after failing to quit smoking many times, and said: "If the government levies such a high tax, then like me quit smoking People who feel healthier afterwards may relapse. ”

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As an important producer and exporter of various tobaccos such as cigarettes and cigars, Indonesia is an important part of the Asian tobacco market. Tobacco advertisements can be seen everywhere in Indonesia, although it is still growing when global tobacco sales are declining. However, 2017 saw its first sales decline. And in 2018, Indonesia imposed a 57% tax on e-cigarette products. The status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis銆€銆€The drop in cigarette sales in the Indonesian market at the beginning is surprising. As in the past, at the beginning of 2016, except for the normal increase in consumption tax and the increase in the minimum retail price, the government did not implement strict tobacco control policies, and even in some public places, there were no clear smoking bans. But after reading the content below, you will also feel that the status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€ 1. Tobacco control causes livelihood problems for smokers. For Indonesia, the pressure from anti-smoking organizations and the international community is increasing, and they ask the Indonesian government to do more in tobacco control. The national tobacco industry鈥檚 tax and fee income amounts to 143.5 trillion Indonesian rupiah (1 Indonesian rupiah is about 0.0005 yuan), which is a huge amount of money for a country that wants to improve its domestic infrastructure. In addition, thousands of Indonesians form an intricate cigarette supply chain network. If too strict measures are taken against the tobacco industry, it may affect the livelihoods of tobacco factory workers and many tobacco farmers.銆€銆€2. Sales of all three types of cigarettes have declined. The poor sales of hand-rolled kretek and white cigarettes (commonly known in Indonesia as ordinary cigarettes) are not surprising鈥攃onsumption preferences have changed. The market demand for kretek has been declining steadily for several years. At the same time, white cigarettes Cigarettes are not so popular anymore. What really makes the market sluggish is the decline in sales of machine-made clove cigarettes, which can account for 3/4 of the country's cigarette market.銆€銆€3. Price increases have led to sluggish consumption. The low-income consumer class first felt the impact of price increases, and these consumer groups accounted for a relatively high proportion in Indonesia. With the increase in prices of other daily necessities, many low-income consumers can only cut their daily cigarette consumption.銆€銆€ 4. Consumers are turning to new tobacco products. In 2016, the sales revenue of e-cigarettes in Indonesia increased nearly five times, reaching IDR321 billion.銆€銆€ Due to the further increase in the consumption tax, minimum retail price and value-added tax on tobacco products in the first half of 2017, some data and information indicate that the Indonesian cigarette market is suffering from declining sales. Based on this, in the short term, it is unlikely that cigarette sales in the Indonesian market will rise again. Perhaps, the Indonesian market will no longer be a paradise for cigarette consumption. According to the report, this Southeast Asian country has the highest smoking rate in the world. 65% of adult men smoke, and each pack of cigarettes is priced at about US$2 (approximately RMB 12.7). 銆€銆€Indonesian e-cigarette products impose a 57% tax. In this country, it is difficult to find smoking cessation products. At the same time, as more and more tobacco companies around the world are turned away from countries that are strictly non-smoking, Indonesia stands out as a major growth market. Despite being a paradise for tobacco, e-cigarette cafes have continued to develop amid controversy in recent years.銆€銆€ In response, the Indonesian government stated that starting from the summer of 2018, taxes of up to 57% will be imposed on non-tobacco substitutes. Hasbullah Thabrany, an Indonesian health expert and consultant to the National Tobacco Control Board, warned that although the tariff and excise laws require the government to impose taxes on these products, the government may use the taxation to favor one side, saying, “ I believe this policy will support the tobacco industry.銆€銆€ Indonesia鈥檚 Minister of Trade, Enggartiasto Lukita, stated that the development of e-cigarettes will harm the interests of tobacco growers. Those who switch to e-cigarettes should smoke traditional cigarettes. Indonesian government policy is not popular with IT employee Roy Iskandar, because he has switched to e-cigarettes after failing to quit smoking many times, and said: "If the government levies such a high tax, then like me quit smoking People who feel healthier afterwards may relapse. ”2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis, 57% tax on e-cigarettes supports the country鈥檚 tobacco industry2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis, 57% tax on e-cigarettes supports the country鈥檚 tobacco industryAs an important producer and exporter of various tobaccos such as cigarettes and cigars, Indonesia is an important part of the Asian tobacco market. Tobacco advertisements can be seen everywhere in Indonesia, although it is still growing when global tobacco sales are declining. However, 2017 saw its first sales decline. And in 2018, Indonesia imposed a 57% tax on e-cigarette products. The status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis銆€銆€The drop in cigarette sales in the Indonesian market at the beginning is surprising. As in the past, at the beginning of 2016, except for the normal increase in consumption tax and the increase in the minimum retail price, the government did not implement strict tobacco control policies, and even in some public places, there were no clear smoking bans. But after reading the content below, you will also feel that the status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€ 1. Tobacco control causes livelihood problems for smokers. For Indonesia, the pressure from anti-smoking organizations and the international community is increasing, and they ask the Indonesian government to do more in tobacco control. The national tobacco industry鈥檚 tax and fee income amounts to 143.5 trillion Indonesian rupiah (1 Indonesian rupiah is about 0.0005 yuan), which is a huge amount of money for a country that wants to improve its domestic infrastructure. In addition, thousands of Indonesians form an intricate cigarette supply chain network. If too strict measures are taken against the tobacco industry, it may affect the livelihoods of tobacco factory workers and many tobacco farmers.銆€銆€2. Sales of all three types of cigarettes have declined. The poor sales of hand-rolled kretek and white cigarettes (commonly known in Indonesia as ordinary cigarettes) are not surprising鈥攃onsumption preferences have changed. The market demand for kretek has been declining steadily for several years. At the same time, white cigarettes Cigarettes are not so popular anymore. What really makes the market sluggish is the decline in sales of machine-made clove cigarettes, which can account for 3/4 of the country's cigarette market.銆€銆€3. Price increases have led to sluggish consumption. The low-income consumer class first felt the impact of price increases, and these consumer groups accounted for a relatively high proportion in Indonesia. With the increase in prices of other daily necessities, many low-income consumers can only cut their daily cigarette consumption.銆€銆€ 4. Consumers are turning to new tobacco products. In 2016, the sales revenue of e-cigarettes in Indonesia increased nearly five times, reaching IDR321 billion.銆€銆€ Due to the further increase in the consumption tax, minimum retail price and value-added tax on tobacco products in the first half of 2017, some data and information indicate that the Indonesian cigarette market is suffering from declining sales. Based on this, in the short term, it is unlikely that cigarette sales in the Indonesian market will rise again. Perhaps, the Indonesian market will no longer be a paradise for cigarette consumption. According to the report, this Southeast Asian country has the highest smoking rate in the world. 65% of adult men smoke, and each pack of cigarettes is priced at about US$2 (approximately RMB 12.7). 銆€銆€Indonesian e-cigarette products impose a 57% tax. In this country, it is difficult to find smoking cessation products. At the same time, as more and more tobacco companies around the world are turned away from countries that are strictly non-smoking, Indonesia stands out as a major growth market. Despite being a paradise for tobacco, e-cigarette cafes have continued to develop amid controversy in recent years.銆€銆€ In response, the Indonesian government stated that starting from the summer of 2018, taxes of up to 57% will be imposed on non-tobacco substitutes. Hasbullah Thabrany, an Indonesian health expert and consultant to the National Tobacco Control Board, warned that although the tariff and excise laws require the government to impose taxes on these products, the government may use the taxation to favor one side, saying, “ I believe this policy will support the tobacco industry.銆€銆€ Indonesia鈥檚 Minister of Trade, Enggartiasto Lukita, stated that the development of e-cigarettes will harm the interests of tobacco growers. Those who switch to e-cigarettes should smoke traditional cigarettes. Indonesian government policy is not popular with IT employee Roy Iskandar, because he has switched to e-cigarettes after failing to quit smoking many times, and said: "If the government levies such a high tax, then like me quit smoking People who feel healthier afterwards may relapse. ”As an important producer and exporter of various tobaccos such as cigarettes and cigars, Indonesia is an important part of the Asian tobacco market. Tobacco advertisements can be seen everywhere in Indonesia, although it is still growing when global tobacco sales are declining. However, 2017 saw its first sales decline. And in 2018, Indonesia imposed a 57% tax on e-cigarette products. The status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis銆€銆€The drop in cigarette sales in the Indonesian market at the beginning is surprising. As in the past, at the beginning of 2016, except for the normal increase in consumption tax and the increase in the minimum retail price, the government did not implement strict tobacco control policies, and even in some public places, there were no clear smoking bans. But after reading the content below, you will also feel that the status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€ 1. Tobacco control causes livelihood problems for smokers. For Indonesia, the pressure from anti-smoking organizations and the international community is increasing, and they ask the Indonesian government to do more in tobacco control. The national tobacco industry鈥檚 tax and fee income amounts to 143.5 trillion Indonesian rupiah (1 Indonesian rupiah is about 0.0005 yuan), which is a huge amount of money for a country that wants to improve its domestic infrastructure. In addition, thousands of Indonesians form an intricate cigarette supply chain network. If too strict measures are taken against the tobacco industry, it may affect the livelihoods of tobacco factory workers and many tobacco farmers.銆€銆€2. Sales of all three types of cigarettes have declined. The poor sales of hand-rolled kretek and white cigarettes (commonly known in Indonesia as ordinary cigarettes) are not surprising鈥攃onsumption preferences have changed. The market demand for kretek has been declining steadily for several years. At the same time, white cigarettes Cigarettes are not so popular anymore. What really makes the market sluggish is the decline in sales of machine-made clove cigarettes, which can account for 3/4 of the country's cigarette market.銆€銆€3. Price increases have led to sluggish consumption. The low-income consumer class first felt the impact of price increases, and these consumer groups accounted for a relatively high proportion in Indonesia. With the increase in prices of other daily necessities, many low-income consumers can only cut their daily cigarette consumption.銆€銆€ 4. Consumers are turning to new tobacco products. In 2016, the sales revenue of e-cigarettes in Indonesia increased nearly five times, reaching IDR321 billion.銆€銆€ Due to the further increase in the consumption tax, minimum retail price and value-added tax on tobacco products in the first half of 2017, some data and information indicate that the Indonesian cigarette market is suffering from declining sales. Based on this, in the short term, it is unlikely that cigarette sales in the Indonesian market will rise again. Perhaps, the Indonesian market will no longer be a paradise for cigarette consumption. According to the report, this Southeast Asian country has the highest smoking rate in the world. 65% of adult men smoke, and each pack of cigarettes is priced at about US$2 (approximately RMB 12.7). 銆€銆€Indonesian e-cigarette products impose a 57% tax. In this country, it is difficult to find smoking cessation products. At the same time, as more and more tobacco companies around the world are turned away from countries that are strictly non-smoking, Indonesia stands out as a major growth market. Despite being a paradise for tobacco, e-cigarette cafes have continued to develop amid controversy in recent years.銆€銆€ In response, the Indonesian government stated that starting from the summer of 2018, taxes of up to 57% will be imposed on non-tobacco substitutes. Hasbullah Thabrany, an Indonesian health expert and consultant to the National Tobacco Control Board, warned that although the tariff and excise laws require the government to impose taxes on these products, the government may use the taxation to favor one side, saying, “ I believe this policy will support the tobacco industry.銆€銆€ Indonesia鈥檚 Minister of Trade, Enggartiasto Lukita, stated that the development of e-cigarettes will harm the interests of tobacco growers. Those who switch to e-cigarettes should smoke traditional cigarettes. Indonesian government policy is not popular with IT employee Roy Iskandar, because he has switched to e-cigarettes after failing to quit smoking many times, and said: "If the government levies such a high tax, then like me quit smoking People who feel healthier afterwards may relapse. ”

2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis, 57% tax on e-cigarettes supports the country鈥檚 tobacco industry2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis, 57% tax on e-cigarettes supports the country鈥檚 tobacco industryAs an important producer and exporter of various tobaccos such as cigarettes and cigars, Indonesia is an important part of the Asian tobacco market. Tobacco advertisements can be seen everywhere in Indonesia, although it is still growing when global tobacco sales are declining. However, 2017 saw its first sales decline. And in 2018, Indonesia imposed a 57% tax on e-cigarette products. The status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis銆€銆€The drop in cigarette sales in the Indonesian market at the beginning is surprising. As in the past, at the beginning of 2016, except for the normal increase in consumption tax and the increase in the minimum retail price, the government did not implement strict tobacco control policies, and even in some public places, there were no clear smoking bans. But after reading the content below, you will also feel that the status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€ 1. Tobacco control causes livelihood problems for smokers. For Indonesia, the pressure from anti-smoking organizations and the international community is increasing, and they ask the Indonesian government to do more in tobacco control. The national tobacco industry鈥檚 tax and fee income amounts to 143.5 trillion Indonesian rupiah (1 Indonesian rupiah is about 0.0005 yuan), which is a huge amount of money for a country that wants to improve its domestic infrastructure. In addition, thousands of Indonesians form an intricate cigarette supply chain network. If too strict measures are taken against the tobacco industry, it may affect the livelihoods of tobacco factory workers and many tobacco farmers.銆€銆€2. Sales of all three types of cigarettes have declined. The poor sales of hand-rolled kretek and white cigarettes (commonly known in Indonesia as ordinary cigarettes) are not surprising鈥攃onsumption preferences have changed. The market demand for kretek has been declining steadily for several years. At the same time, white cigarettes Cigarettes are not so popular anymore. What really makes the market sluggish is the decline in sales of machine-made clove cigarettes, which can account for 3/4 of the country's cigarette market.銆€銆€3. Price increases have led to sluggish consumption. The low-income consumer class first felt the impact of price increases, and these consumer groups accounted for a relatively high proportion in Indonesia. With the increase in prices of other daily necessities, many low-income consumers can only cut their daily cigarette consumption.銆€銆€ 4. Consumers are turning to new tobacco products. In 2016, the sales revenue of e-cigarettes in Indonesia increased nearly five times, reaching IDR321 billion.銆€銆€ Due to the further increase in the consumption tax, minimum retail price and value-added tax on tobacco products in the first half of 2017, some data and information indicate that the Indonesian cigarette market is suffering from declining sales. Based on this, in the short term, it is unlikely that cigarette sales in the Indonesian market will rise again. Perhaps, the Indonesian market will no longer be a paradise for cigarette consumption. According to the report, this Southeast Asian country has the highest smoking rate in the world. 65% of adult men smoke, and each pack of cigarettes is priced at about US$2 (approximately RMB 12.7). 銆€銆€Indonesian e-cigarette products impose a 57% tax. In this country, it is difficult to find smoking cessation products. At the same time, as more and more tobacco companies around the world are turned away from countries that are strictly non-smoking, Indonesia stands out as a major growth market. Despite being a paradise for tobacco, e-cigarette cafes have continued to develop amid controversy in recent years.銆€銆€ In response, the Indonesian government stated that starting from the summer of 2018, taxes of up to 57% will be imposed on non-tobacco substitutes. Hasbullah Thabrany, an Indonesian health expert and consultant to the National Tobacco Control Board, warned that although the tariff and excise laws require the government to impose taxes on these products, the government may use the taxation to favor one side, saying, “ I believe this policy will support the tobacco industry.銆€銆€ Indonesia鈥檚 Minister of Trade, Enggartiasto Lukita, stated that the development of e-cigarettes will harm the interests of tobacco growers. Those who switch to e-cigarettes should smoke traditional cigarettes. Indonesian government policy is not popular with IT employee Roy Iskandar, because he has switched to e-cigarettes after failing to quit smoking many times, and said: "If the government levies such a high tax, then like me quit smoking People who feel healthier afterwards may relapse. ”As an important producer and exporter of various tobaccos such as cigarettes and cigars, Indonesia is an important part of the Asian tobacco market. Tobacco advertisements can be seen everywhere in Indonesia, although it is still growing when global tobacco sales are declining. However, 2017 saw its first sales decline. And in 2018, Indonesia imposed a 57% tax on e-cigarette products. The status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis銆€銆€The drop in cigarette sales in the Indonesian market at the beginning is surprising. As in the past, at the beginning of 2016, except for the normal increase in consumption tax and the increase in the minimum retail price, the government did not implement strict tobacco control policies, and even in some public places, there were no clear smoking bans. But after reading the content below, you will also feel that the status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€ 1. Tobacco control causes livelihood problems for smokers. For Indonesia, the pressure from anti-smoking organizations and the international community is increasing, and they ask the Indonesian government to do more in tobacco control. The national tobacco industry鈥檚 tax and fee income amounts to 143.5 trillion Indonesian rupiah (1 Indonesian rupiah is about 0.0005 yuan), which is a huge amount of money for a country that wants to improve its domestic infrastructure. In addition, thousands of Indonesians form an intricate cigarette supply chain network. If too strict measures are taken against the tobacco industry, it may affect the livelihoods of tobacco factory workers and many tobacco farmers.銆€銆€2. Sales of all three types of cigarettes have declined. The poor sales of hand-rolled kretek and white cigarettes (commonly known in Indonesia as ordinary cigarettes) are not surprising鈥攃onsumption preferences have changed. The market demand for kretek has been declining steadily for several years. At the same time, white cigarettes Cigarettes are not so popular anymore. What really makes the market sluggish is the decline in sales of machine-made clove cigarettes, which can account for 3/4 of the country's cigarette market.銆€銆€3. Price increases have led to sluggish consumption. The low-income consumer class first felt the impact of price increases, and these consumer groups accounted for a relatively high proportion in Indonesia. With the increase in prices of other daily necessities, many low-income consumers can only cut their daily cigarette consumption.銆€銆€ 4. Consumers are turning to new tobacco products. In 2016, the sales revenue of e-cigarettes in Indonesia increased nearly five times, reaching IDR321 billion.銆€銆€ Due to the further increase in the consumption tax, minimum retail price and value-added tax on tobacco products in the first half of 2017, some data and information indicate that the Indonesian cigarette market is suffering from declining sales. Based on this, in the short term, it is unlikely that cigarette sales in the Indonesian market will rise again. Perhaps, the Indonesian market will no longer be a paradise for cigarette consumption. According to the report, this Southeast Asian country has the highest smoking rate in the world. 65% of adult men smoke, and each pack of cigarettes is priced at about US$2 (approximately RMB 12.7). 銆€銆€Indonesian e-cigarette products impose a 57% tax. In this country, it is difficult to find smoking cessation products. At the same time, as more and more tobacco companies around the world are turned away from countries that are strictly non-smoking, Indonesia stands out as a major growth market. Despite being a paradise for tobacco, e-cigarette cafes have continued to develop amid controversy in recent years.銆€銆€ In response, the Indonesian government stated that starting from the summer of 2018, taxes of up to 57% will be imposed on non-tobacco substitutes. Hasbullah Thabrany, an Indonesian health expert and consultant to the National Tobacco Control Board, warned that although the tariff and excise laws require the government to impose taxes on these products, the government may use the taxation to favor one side, saying, “ I believe this policy will support the tobacco industry.銆€銆€ Indonesia鈥檚 Minister of Trade, Enggartiasto Lukita, stated that the development of e-cigarettes will harm the interests of tobacco growers. Those who switch to e-cigarettes should smoke traditional cigarettes. Indonesian government policy is not popular with IT employee Roy Iskandar, because he has switched to e-cigarettes after failing to quit smoking many times, and said: "If the government levies such a high tax, then like me quit smoking People who feel healthier afterwards may relapse. ”As an important producer and exporter of various tobaccos such as cigarettes and cigars, Indonesia is an important part of the Asian tobacco market. Tobacco advertisements can be seen everywhere in Indonesia, although it is still growing when global tobacco sales are declining. However, 2017 saw its first sales decline. And in 2018, Indonesia imposed a 57% tax on e-cigarette products. The status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€2018 Indonesian cigarette market analysis銆€銆€The drop in cigarette sales in the Indonesian market at the beginning is surprising. As in the past, at the beginning of 2016, except for the normal increase in consumption tax and the increase in the minimum retail price, the government did not implement strict tobacco control policies, and even in some public places, there were no clear smoking bans. But after reading the content below, you will also feel that the status of Indonesia's tobacco paradise is not guaranteed.銆€銆€ 1. Tobacco control causes livelihood problems for smokers. For Indonesia, the pressure from anti-smoking organizations and the international community is increasing, and they ask the Indonesian government to do more in tobacco control. The national tobacco industry鈥檚 tax and fee income amounts to 143.5 trillion Indonesian rupiah (1 Indonesian rupiah is about 0.0005 yuan), which is a huge amount of money for a country that wants to improve its domestic infrastructure. In addition, thousands of Indonesians form an intricate cigarette supply chain network. If too strict measures are taken against the tobacco industry, it may affect the livelihoods of tobacco factory workers and many tobacco farmers.銆€銆€2. Sales of all three types of cigarettes have declined. The poor sales of hand-rolled kretek and white cigarettes (commonly known in Indonesia as ordinary cigarettes) are not surprising鈥攃onsumption preferences have changed. The market demand for kretek has been declining steadily for several years. At the same time, white cigarettes Cigarettes are not so popular anymore. What really makes the market sluggish is the decline in sales of machine-made clove cigarettes, which can account for 3/4 of the country's cigarette market.銆€銆€3. Price increases have led to sluggish consumption. The low-income consumer class first felt the impact of price increases, and these consumer groups accounted for a relatively high proportion in Indonesia. With the increase in prices of other daily necessities, many low-income consumers can only cut their daily cigarette consumption.銆€銆€ 4. Consumers are turning to new tobacco products. In 2016, the sales revenue of e-cigarettes in Indonesia increased nearly five times, reaching IDR321 billion.銆€銆€ Due to the further increase in the consumption tax, minimum retail price and value-added tax on tobacco products in the first half of 2017, some data and information indicate that the Indonesian cigarette market is suffering from declining sales. Based on this, in the short term, it is unlikely that cigarette sales in the Indonesian market will rise again. Perhaps, the Indonesian market will no longer be a paradise for cigarette consumption. According to the report, this Southeast Asian country has the highest smoking rate in the world. 65% of adult men smoke, and each pack of cigarettes is priced at about US$2 (approximately RMB 12.7). 銆€銆€Indonesian e-cigarette products impose a 57% tax. In this country, it is difficult to find smoking cessation products. At the same time, as more and more tobacco companies around the world are turned away from countries that are strictly non-smoking, Indonesia stands out as a major growth market. Despite being a paradise for tobacco, e-cigarette cafes have continued to develop amid controversy in recent years.銆€銆€ In response, the Indonesian government stated that starting from the summer of 2018, taxes of up to 57% will be imposed on non-tobacco substitutes. Hasbullah Thabrany, an Indonesian health expert and consultant to the National Tobacco Control Board, warned that although the tariff and excise laws require the government to impose taxes on these products, the government may use the taxation to favor one side, saying, “ I believe this policy will support the tobacco industry.銆€銆€ Indonesia鈥檚 Minister of Trade, Enggartiasto Lukita, stated that the development of e-cigarettes will harm the interests of tobacco growers. Those who switch to e-cigarettes should smoke traditional cigarettes. Indonesian government policy is not popular with IT employee Roy Iskandar, because he has switched to e-cigarettes after failing to quit smoking many times, and said: "If the government levies such a high tax, then like me quit smoking People who feel healthier afterwards may relapse. ”