Table 2

 Cigarette consumption per capita 15+ in the former Soviet Union (FSU) as a whole, and in countries with and without tobacco transnational investments

19911992199319941995199619971998199920002001*Percentage increase 1991–2000Percentage increase 1991–2001
Countries without investment include: Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan.
Countries with investment include: Estonia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan.
Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Kyrgyzstan appear only in the “FSU as a whole” group and this accounts for differences between this and the other two groups.
*2001 consumption and population data are estimates. For Turkmenistan, 1999 and 2000 population data are also estimates based on 1998 data.
Countries without investment20241757183219071890194019541959198119601996−3%−1%
Countries with investment1712165316411623180517841908197221842580267951%56%
FSU as a whole1766166116511647179817831888194421272468252940%43%