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Consumers spent over $45 billion on tobacco products in 1991, generating income and employment in wholesale and retail trade, manufacturing, sales, distribution, storage, and tobacco farming. Tobacco farms are a small part of the tobacco industry, with the domestic farm value of tobacco accounting for about 3 cents per dollar spent on tobacco products in the United States. Tobacco farms play a modest role in most local economies. The estimated impact of tobacco production in 1990 ranged from 0.5 to 15 percent of personal income and from 0.5 to 10.9 percent of employment in tobacco-growing areas.


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