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Philip Morris CEO looks towards phasing out cigarettes - BBC

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Wednesday, 30 November 2016 ()

LONDON (Reuters) - Philip Morris International, the world's largest international tobacco company, could eventually stop selling cigarettes, its chief executive told the BBC on Wednesday, as it launched its alternative product IQOS in Britain.
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The company's smokeless tobacco products could someday replace production of traditional cigarettes.

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