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No pain, no gain

18 August 2016 By Swaha Pattanaik

A tax on sugary drinks is good for the public health and purse but may hit poorer families in the short term. Yet the government shirked another trade-off: restricting advertising of unhealthy foods, which could have changed consumer behavior at the expense of company profits.

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