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An Analysis of Policy Alternatives for the U.S. Burley Tobacco Market

  • Michael R. Reed (a1)

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The U.S. burley tobacco industry faces an important crossroad in this decade. It appears that domestic disappearance of burley tobacco will continue to decrease and U.S. burley tobacco will continue to have stiff competition in foreign markets. The government can influence the U.S. tobacco market in the coming decade through its tobacco program. The alternatives available to government policy makers must be analyzed to help guide policy formulation.

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An Analysis of Policy Alternatives for the U.S. Burley Tobacco Market

  • Michael R. Reed (a1)

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