The tobacco industry in Mexico, as a whole, takes away more from society than what it contributes to the economy. This is because some of its externalities, such as tobacco-attributable diseases and the consequent losses in productivity – adding up to some $52,000.0 million MXN – far outweigh the industry’s value added to the economy, including taxes, totaling to approx. $39,413.3 million MXN. So, for every $1 MXN that comes from the tobacco industry, another $1.32 MXN is lost, indirectly, to the industry itself. Also, for every employee of the industry, there are between 5 to 15 consumer deaths each year from tobacco-related diseases.