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PMI providing relief

Funds provided by Philip Morris International will support relief efforts in Mozambique and, in the months ahead, people’s livelihoods. Read More

Boys and girls will be …

A survey of schoolchildren has shown that, as would be expected, they are drawn to products they are not supposed to consume. Illegal and new products are the biggest draws.Read More

Impacting the illegal trade

Philip Morris International's global initiative supporting third party programs dedicated to fighting illegal trade and related crimes is not confined to tobacco.Read More

Of mice and smokers

The results of a study conducted on mice are said to support evidence that switching adult smokers to smoke-free products can be part of a successful tobacco-harm-reduction strategy.Read More

Plugging into the future

Major tobacco companies are often portrayed as being unwelcome latecomers to the vaping industry, but, partly because of their financial muscle, they have a vital role to play.Read More

Proceeding with caution

Philip Morris International, which has revised one full-year 2019 forecast, says there is a lack of clarity about some aspects of the court proceedings that have prompted this revision.Read More

PMI’s volumes robust

Philip Morris International last year put in its best annual volume performance since 2012 – a performance that was underpinned by sales of heated tobacco units.Read More

PMI to webcast results

CEO André Calantzopoulos and CFO Martin King will be on hand when Philip Morris International hosts a live audio results webcast on February 7.Read More

A for climate change

Climate change is the greatest challenge facing humanity, and so it is encouraging to see a major tobacco company taking a lead on this issue, while also championing tobacco harm reduction.Read More