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MAE101–Economic Principles- Trimester 2 2021 Assessment Task 1 – Individual Assignment DUE DATE AND TIME: PERCENTAGE OF FINAL GRADE: WORD COUNT: INSTRUCTIONS: Sunday, 12th September, by 8:00pm (AEST) 30% strict word limit of 2000 words answer all 5 questions Article 1: Taxing sugary drinks would boost productivity, not just health Taken from: health-79410 http://theconversation.com/taxing-sugary-drinks-would-boost-productivity-not-just- Many studies have looked at the potential benefits of a sugar tax in terms of the longer, healthier lives and reduced health expenditure associated with tackling obesity. But our new study goes one step further. It predicts that higher taxes on sugar-sweetened drinks will benefit the wider economy through increased economic productivity, by having more, healthier people in paid and unpaid work. Obesity delivers a double whammy A total of 63% Australian adults and one in four children are overweight or obese,

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