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Following the footsteps of tobacco and alcohol, sugar has become a target of ‘sin tax’ now. This week’s analysis explores the public health narratives that backed up the taxation claims, then focuses on local tobacco and alcohol taxation policies to review the policy objectives.
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.