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Tobacco company launches foundation to stub out smoking

Published on Wednesday 13th of September 2017 04:12:12 PM in Guardian

One of the world’s biggest tobacco companies has launched the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World, claiming that it wants to see a future in which people will stop smoking its cigarettes.Philip Morris International (PMI) says its future is in e-cigarettes and other smoke-free nicotine delivery systems, ...

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