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(From The Jakarta Post)
Almost 60 percent of Indonesia's population of 215 million are smokers, making it the seventh-largest smoking country in the world, an official told Antara.
Deputy Coordinating Minister for People's Welfare Farid W. Husain said on Tuesday the latest data issued by the World Health Organization (WHO) Southeast Asia representative had prompted the government to step up its campaign to raise people's awareness of the hazards of tobacco.
Ministry of Health data shows that 57,000 people die of smoking- related diseases in the country every year. The world total stands at four million.
An estimated 1.1 billion people on …