Top 10 Biggest Consumers of Cigarettes in the World 2014
5.8 trillion cigarettes were smoked in 2014 worldwide, and consumption is on the rise.
There have been significant reductions in countries where there are tight tobacco control laws like the UK, Australia and Brazil but this has been offset by the growing consumption of cigarettes in China.
China’s population growth and smoking intensity have been contributing factors with the Chinese smoking 50% more cigarettes in 2013 than they did in 1980. More cigarettes are smoked in China than the next top 29 countries combined.
Here’s a rundown of the top 10 consumers:
9) Korea rep.
Countries with 10,000,000 or more daily male smokers: age ≥15, in millions, 2013
27.7 RUSSIAN FEDERATION
21.6 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
14.2 VIET NAM
Proportional consumption of cigarettes by world region as of 2013
This statistic shows the global consumption of cigarettes in 2013, with a breakdown by world region as a percentage of total consumption. Almost half of all cigarettes worldwide are consumed in the Western Pacific region.
Western Pacific: 47%
South-East Asia: 11%
Eastern Mediterranean: 7%
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