FTC reports decline in spending on cigarette advertising in 2008

08/2/2011 | Winston-Salem Journal (N.C.)

A Federal Trade Commission report found that tobacco companies spent $9.94 billion on cigarette advertising and promotion in 2008, a drop of more than 34% from 2003, and spent less on advertisements aimed at reducing youth smoking in 2008. Meanwhile, spending on marketing smokeless tobacco products reached $547.9 million in 2008, a more than twofold increase from 2003 figures.

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