Philippine cigarettes are among the cheapest in the world, costing less than one U.S. dollar for a pack of 20. They are available right outside schools, in parks, in streets and other public places, and sold by vendors in single sticks for about two pesos. Credit: Kara Santos/IPS

Philippine cigarettes are among the cheapest in the world, costing less than one U.S. dollar for a pack of 20. They are available right outside schools, in parks, in streets and other public places, and sold by vendors in single sticks for about two pesos. Credit: Kara Santos/IPS

Philippine cigarettes are among the cheapest in the world, costing less than one U.S. dollar for a pack of 20. They are available right outside schools, in parks, in streets and other public places, and sold by vendors in single sticks for about two pesos. Credit: Kara Santos/IPS

 
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