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Previously, Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati announced the government officially increased the cigarette tax by 23 percent starting January 1.
Tobacco farmers have rejected the government's plan to raise the cigarette excise rate by 21.56 percent on average.
YLKI head Tulus Abadi opined the government is not seriously controlling the consumption of cigarette so far.
Tobacco Farmers Association (APTI) head Agus Parmuji opined the 23% cigarette tax hike is beyond a reasonable threshold and will highly affect farmers
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani says the cigarette tax hike will take effect starting January 1, 2020.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said that the government has two concerns before issuing a regulation on cigarette excise.
The Indonesian Consumers Foundation (YLKI) chairman Tulus Abadi opined that the tobacco control policy during the era of Jokowi saw a setback.
The Kediri City administration is set to register its entire residents with national healthcare funded entirely by the cigarette tax profit sharing.