Based on The Economics of Tobacco and Tobacco Taxation in Egypt. Khaled Hanafy, Ashraf Salah Eldin Saleh, Mariam Ezzat Badr Eldin Elmallah, Haidy Mohamed Amer Omar, Dina Bakr, Frank J. Chaloupka. 2010.
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The Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS) in Egypt is a nationally representative household survey of men and women aged 15 years and above. It is designed to produce internationally comparable data on tobacco use and tobacco control measures using a standardized questionnaire, sample design, data collection, aggregation and analysis procedures.
This report by the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease describes the tobacco environment and current tobacco control policies in Egypt and presents evidence on the effects of prices on cigarette demand. Estimates based on cigarette demand in the 1990s and 2000s are used to project the impact of the recent cigarette tax increases on cigarette consumption, cigarette excise tax revenues, smoking prevalence and future deaths from smoking.