1. What problems do you think ITC is going to face in the future due to ban in cigarette advertising?
ITC's cigarettes are manufactured in state-of-the-art factories at Bengaluru, Munger, Saharanpur, Kolkata and Pune, with cutting-edge technology & excellent work practices benchmarked to the best globally. An efficient supply-chain & distribution network reaches India's popular brands across the length & breadth of the country. because the government want to reduce the number of people that smoke in the interest of public safety. there is a cost involved to the comunity as a result of illness caused by smoking and by reducing advertisement the uptake of smoking is reduced and the giving up of smoking becomes easier for those that wish to do so. "Because Government thinks it knows what is best for you, like it or not." –
2. How uncontrollable is the legal environment in the case of ITC cigarette operations in India? Should they lobby to lift the ban on cigarette advertising? If no, how should they promote their brand?
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