Tobacco Online Reports Compilation According to "The Tobacco News" According to Reuters, Philip Morris International plans to launch iQOS in India.
According to sources quoted by government sources, if Philip Morris International seeks opportunities to approach the government to discuss devices that help people quit smoking, the government will remain open, but added that if these devices are found to be harmful, devices including e-cigarettes will be banned.
A Philip Morris International spokeswoman said the company did not comment on its plan but is committed to replacing cigarettes with scientifically proven smokeless products. But Reuters said that the company seems to have begun to establish a public case for iQOS in India.
On World No Tobacco Day, India’s chief corporate affairs director R. Venkatesh wrote a column for India’s “Economic Times” calling for “effective regulations” for smoke-relief devices.
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