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Fin Johnston. All’interno del documento strategico che Philip Morris non ha mai voluto che tu vedessi. The Bureau of Investigative Journalism 1 Luglio 2024

STOP (Stopping Tobacco Organizations and Products) Today Japan, Tomorrow the World: Philip Morris Japan’s Leaked Marketing Blueprint for IQOS

Che cosa é STOP
STOP è una rete di organizzazioni accademiche e di sanità pubblica che operano a livello globale come parte della Bloomberg Initiative to Reduce Tobacco Use . STOP mette in contatto esperti in tutti gli aspetti del business dell’industria del tabacco per denunciare e contrastare i suoi incessanti sforzi per vendere prodotti dannosi e che creano dipendenza.


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