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Why does the government need to intervene in the tobacco market?
- The conditions envisaged in this ideological framework are clearly not met in relation to tobacco; the economic argument for government intervention to reduce harm caused by tobacco products arises from the following shortcomings in the operation of the tobacco market:
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