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Tobacco Control is a Plan S compliant Transformative Journal.

Tobacco Control is an international peer-reviewed journal covering the nature and consequences of tobacco use worldwide; tobacco's effects on population health, the economy, the environment, and society; efforts to prevent and control the global tobacco epidemic through population-level education and policy changes; the ethical dimensions of tobacco control policies; and the activities of the tobacco industry and its allies.

The journal is essential reading for everyone with an interest in tobacco control, including public health professionals, researchers, policy makers and educators.

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Professor Ruth Malone
University of California San Francisco
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Public support for cigarette price increase in Indonesia

To cite: Nurhasana R, Ratih SP, Dartanto T, et al. Tob Control. 2020. doi: 10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2019-055554.

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Background: The current tobacco control policies in Indonesia are known to be ineffective in reducing tobacco consumption. Therefore, increasing cigarette
prices is one of the effective instruments that should be supported by governments and society. This study aims to assess public support for cigarette price increases as well as to generate scientific evidence for the government and policymakers.

Conclusions: The increase in cigarette prices is supported by society at large, including active smokers. The government must consistently adjust cigarette
prices through an excise taxing and cigarette retail price mechanism. Governments, academicians, nongovernmental organisations and tobacco control activists should generate a unified understanding that increasing
cigarette prices will improve overall life quality.