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PMI Calls for Science-Based Discourse on Smoke-Free Alternatives

Egypt Commercial News 28 Sep 2021
Philip Morris International (PMI) is leading a transformation in the tobacco industry to create a smoke-free future and ultimately replace cigarettes with smoke-free products to the benefit of adults who would otherwise continue to smoke, society, the company, its shareholders, and its other stakeholders.
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Science, Innovation, and Inclusion Are Vital in Addressing the World’s Most Pressing Issues, Says PMI ...

The Eastern Herald 22 Sep 2021
Philip Morris International (PMI) is leading a transformation in the tobacco industry to create a smoke-free future and ultimately replace cigarettes with smoke-free products to the benefit of adults who would otherwise continue to smoke, society, the company, its shareholders and its other stakeholders ... World No Tobacco Day 2020.
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Sweden Raises Taxes to Finance Largest Military Investment in Modern Times

Sputnik 20 Sep 2021
... as well as stricter taxes on foreign shareholders' dividends.
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Backlash builds over £1bn Vectura sale to Marlboro Man: Health experts and MPs question ethics ...

The Daily Mail 17 Sep 2021
An ethical vacuum is allowing big tobacco to... Tory MP Bob Blackman, chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Smoking and Health, said it was ‘deeply disappointing’ that shareholders had backed the deal ... ‘It is deeply disappointing that institutional shareholders have fallen for Philip Morris’s rhetoric, rather than examining the facts.
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Tobacco firm Philip Morris seals deal for UK's Vectura with 75% support

Reuters 16 Sep 2021
Sept 16 (Reuters) - Cigarette maker Philip Morris (PMI) (PM.N) has clinched the roughly 1-billion-pound takeover of inhaler maker Vectura (VEC.L) after winning the backing of about 75% of shareholders in the British company, part of its expansion beyond tobacco. Vectura shareholders had until Sept.
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Tobacco firm Philip Morris seals deal for UK’s Vectura with 75% support

Metro USA 16 Sep 2021
(Reuters) -Cigarette maker Philip Morris (PMI) has clinched the roughly 1-billion-pound takeover of inhaler maker Vectura after winning the backing of about 75% of shareholders in the British company, part of its expansion beyond tobacco. Vectura shareholders had until Sept.
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Marlboro man seals Vectura deal: Fury as shareholders vote through cigarette maker's £1bn takeover of ...

The Daily Mail 16 Sep 2021
Almost 75 per cent of Vectura’s shareholders backed the Marlboro Man’s takeover – throwing into question the City’s repeated commitments to ethical investing ...Despite the ethical outcry, Vectura shareholders have succumbed to Big >Tobacco’s big pockets ... ‘The company is disabling millions of people by selling tobacco products to make profits.
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Philip Morris seals controversial Vectura deal

The Times/The Sunday Times 16 Sep 2021
Philip Morris International has declared its contentious £1 billion takeover of the respiratory drugs company Vectura unconditional after securing shareholder approval.
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Philip Morris International Announces Unconditional Offer for Vectura Group PLC

Egypt Commercial News 16 Sep 2021
Philip Morris International (PMI) is leading a transformation in the tobacco industry to create a smoke-free future and ultimately replace cigarettes with smoke-free products to the benefit of adults who would otherwise continue to smoke, society, the company, its shareholders and its other stakeholders.
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Philip Morris International (PMI) Increases Dividend by 4.2% to Annualized Rate of $5.00 per Share

The Marshall News Messenger 15 Sep 2021
Philip Morris International (PMI) is leading a transformation in the tobacco industry to create a smoke-free future and ultimately replace cigarettes with smoke-free products to the benefit of adults who would otherwise continue to smoke, society, the company, its shareholders and its other stakeholders ... TOBACCO RETAIL.
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British American Tobacco's ‘East India Company-like’ expansion into Africa condemned in new reports

The Daily Telegraph 15 Sep 2021
"The companies who are out to make a profit like British American Tobacco - obviously, with major shareholders in Britain and the US - will take the proceeds of the profit while the deaths, funerals and the tears and…disability will remain in the African continent.".
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Philip Morris International Announces Closing of Fertin Pharma Acquisition; Advances PMI’s Goal of Becoming a ...

The Marshall News Messenger 15 Sep 2021
Philip Morris International (PMI) is leading a transformation in the tobacco industry to create a smoke-free future and ultimately replace cigarettes with smoke-free products to the benefit of adults who would otherwise continue to smoke, society, the company, its shareholders and its other stakeholders.
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European stocks slip on weak China data, regulation worries

Metro USA 15 Sep 2021
By Sruthi Shankar ... The benchmark STOXX 600 index was down 0.1% in morning trade, and off about 2% from the record high in mid-August ... [.L] ... Swedish Match rose 3.4% after the tobacco and nicotine products maker unveiled plans to spin off its U.S. cigar business to shareholders and list it on the stock market ... Deliveroo gained 0.9% ... [O/R] ... .
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Cannabidiol Market Size Passed $7 Billion In 2020, Estimated To Grow At Over 35% CAGR ...

Capital Press 15 Sep 2021
CAN B CORP ... The Company released an update letter to shareholders from CEO James A ... Dear Fellow Shareholders, Following the exciting progress in our tobacco and hemp/cannabis franchises detailed on our second quarter results conference call earlier this month, I am proud to announce our third plant-based franchise – the global specialty hops market.
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Cancer charity boss slams Philip Morris's bid to buy Vectura ahead of shareholder vote

The Daily Mail 11 Sep 2021
A director at Cancer Research UK has slammed tobacco giant Philip Morris's bid to buy a British inhaler company as it closes in on the deal. Alizee Froguel, a policy manager at Cancer Research UK and an asthma sufferer, said tobacco companies cannot be trusted to stop selling cigarettes to 'reach smoke-free ambitions'.
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