The general consensus of the researchers was that the MSA did not harm the tobacco industry. 16 Smoking quotas in the United States flattened between 2004 and 2007, following a steady decline from a previous decade (most often before the MSA). , but the tobacco industry has generally been able to maintain states of non-incremental regulatory changes.19 In fact, many anti-smoking militant state in the first decade of the 21st century was born at the city level.20 Restrictions on tobacco marketing: The subdivision has reduced some forms of tobacco marketing. It prohibits tobacco advertising and posters, the use of cartoons to promote tobacco products, most tobacco brand products (such as hats and T-shirts) and most tobacco brand sponsorships of concerts, sports and other events (these restrictions have been strengthened and extended by the Federal Law 2009 on the prevention and reduction of smoking , which authorizes the Food and Drug Administration to regulate tobacco products). But these restrictions applied only to tobacco-free cigarettes and tobacco, and not to other products that are now popular among children: e-cigarettes and cigars. This comparison process resulted in two other national agreements: second, given the addictive nature of cigarettes, Becker and Murphy stated that the demand for cigarettes by people who remained smokers after the price increase would be plausibly less costly.12 Becker and Murphy argued that in response to an increase in the cigarette tax, tobacco companies would increase the price more than the increase in the tax. to maximize the profits of smokers who are already addicted. Given the oligopolistic structure of the sector, national industry-wide comparisons, such as MSA, may result in increased profits in the sector.8,13 The AMS makes payments to tobacco companies a function of the number of cigarette packets sold by tobacco companies. In this sense, the MSA`s payment structure is similar to that of excise duties. With this market structure, companies are moving excise duties to consumers as best they can. 14-17 While increased excise duties may result in higher gains for tobacco companies in the short term, profits may decline in the long run, higher prices deter young people from creating habit18 or high-end producers lose market share.