Ethics of the Tobacco Industry

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Ethics of the Tobacco Industry My ethical dilemma is about the tobacco industry. The tobacco industry is a very unethical industry and it also does not assess the ethical and social responsibility the best way that it should. The governments and cigarette companies make a huge profit from the sales of cigarettes, even if they and the labeling the product as a health risks. There is one major factor that makes the tobacco industry unethical: The cigarette companies continue to make an advertisement around the world and using some cool images for it. They advertisement always inform people about the harm from the smoking cigarettes, but on the other hand they remind people about smoking during each ad. Even the commercial: “ if you don’t smoke, don’t start” promote the cigarettes to the younger generation. What I would do and I think that every tobacco industry can do, is to be more ethical and change their advertising strategy. They should stop making any advertising about their product. I believe that today’s advertising strategy is
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