Big Tobacco

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Big Tobacco is the "big five" largest global tobacco industry companies which are Philip Morris International, British American Tobacco, Imperial Brands, Japan Tobacco International, and China Tobacco.[1]

Together they hold more than 60 percent of world market power/share.[citation needed] According to December 2016 report the followings are the top market leaders: Philip Morris International with approximately 30.3%, British American Tobacco with approximately 23.1%, Imperial Brands with approximately 14.4%, Japan Tobacco International with on average has a share of 13.9%, and China Tobacco having 12.8% of total market share.[citation needed] This constitutes 94.5% (approximately) world tobacco market share.[citation needed] While rest share the remaining 5.5%.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ James Lieck (15 January 2014). "Where There’s Smoke… The 5 Richest Tobacco Companies". 

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