Big Tobacco

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Big Tobacco is a name used to refer to the "big five" largest global tobacco industry companies which are Philip Morris International, British American Tobacco, Imperial Brands, Japan Tobacco International, and China Tobacco.

The six largest tobacco companies are Philip Morris International, Altria, British American Tobacco, Imperial Brands, Japan Tobacco International, and China Tobacco.[1]

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  • Estes, Jim (6 October 2014). "How the Big Tobacco Deal Went Bad". The New York Times. Retrieved 10 March 2018.
  • Master Settlement Agreement

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