Philip Morris aims to revive Japan sales with cheaper heat-not-burn tobacco

TOKYO (Reuters) – Philip Morris International Inc released cheaper versions of its IQOS “heat not burn” products in Japan on Tuesday as it tries to revive sales and ward off competition from other alt…
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