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Sugary drinks tax - Wikipedia

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A sugary drinks tax or soda tax is a tax or surcharge designed to reduce consumption of drinks .... They argued that such measure would not help reduce the obesity in Mexico and would leave hundreds...

Sugar tax: Can a tax on sugary food and drink stop obesity? - CNN ...

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Aug 31, 2016 ... Sugar has become a nemesis in the fight to end obesity, and ... Can a sugar tax stop obesity? ..... Mexico instituted a 10% tax on sugary drinks, such as juice and soda, ... Study: Cutting sugar improves kids' health in 10 days.

Mexico urged to double tax on sugary drinks - Financial Times

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Aug 18, 2016 ... Campaign to cut obesity and raise revenue closely watched by overseas audience. ... Armando Ríos Piter, a Mexican senator, argues the higher tax could ... said that should not kill legislative efforts to double the sugar tax.

How one of the most obese countries on earth took on the soda giants

www.theguardian.com/news/2015/nov/03/obese-soda-sugar-tax-mexico

Nov 3, 2015 ... Mexican soda tax cuts sales of sugary soft drinks by 6% in first year ..... The evidence that a soda tax can reduce obesity and disease, however, ...

Mexico Could Double its Sugar Tax as World Wonders if Soft Drinks ...

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Aug 19, 2016 ... Mexico Could Double its Sugar Tax as World Wonders if Soft Drinks Levy Actually Cuts Obesity ... months there has been much debate over whether or not Mexico's sugar tax has led to a fall in obesity statistics, particularly the ...

Mexico's Sugary Drink Tax is Working, Study Suggests | TIME

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Jan 6, 2016 ... A new study looks at the effects of Mexico's soda tax one year later ... beverages as a way to cut down on the country's growing obesity epidemic. ... sales of sugar -sweetened beverages have dropped in Mexico, which could ...

Mexico was meant to prove a sugar tax worked. New figures tell a ...

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May 6, 2016 ... Back in January we were told that Mexico's tax on sugary drinks cut ... Such taxes really only work if they reduce obesity, of course, but given the virtually non- existent impact of previous soft drink taxes, campaigners could be ...

Is Mexico's Soda Tax Really Working? - Reason.com

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Feb 13, 2016 ... Can we really say taxes that reduce consumption but aren't ... It's no surprise that a tax on sugary drinks might cut into consumption of those drinks. ... Rather, the purpose of soda taxes is "[t]o staunch the rise in obesity" among ...

Does a Soda Tax Reduce Obesity? Ask Mexico - Newsweek

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Feb 22, 2016 ... Mexico has become the most obese country in the world. ... It's no surprise that a tax on sugary drinks might cut into consumption of those drinks. ... "Soda and candy taxes do not necessarily decrease caloric intake," reports ...

Yes, Soda Taxes Seem to Cut Soda Drinking - The New York Times

www.nytimes.com/2015/10/13/upshot/yes-soda-taxes-seem-to-cut-soda-drinking.html

Oct 13, 2015 ... A new tax in Mexico has caused sales of sugary drinks to fall. ... obesity crisis, and says that customers will simply find their calories elsewhere.