The male smoking rate in Japan dropped below 30% for the first time and continued to decline after 2001

[Ma Yan, intern reporter reported by the global network] according to a survey conducted by the Ministry of health, health and labor of Japan on August 9, the smoking rate of Japanese men fell below 30% for the first time last year, to 28.8%, 2.3 percentage points lower than that in 2016. < p > < p > in terms of age, smokers in their 20s had the largest decline. Among them, the smoking rate of men decreased by 4.1% to 27%, and that of women by 1.9% to 8.3%. The increasing public awareness of the dangers of smoking has led to this downward trend, according to the report. In April, a law banning smoking in restaurants, offices, hotel lobbies and other public places in principle came into force. What’s the truth behind the loss making underwear store’s use of altruistic thinking to build a community and make more than 200000 yuan a month

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