Philip Morris International Inc (PM.N)
17 Feb 2017
* Philip Morris International Inc - file for potential debt shelf; size not disclosed - sec filing Source text : http://bit.ly/2lH2Flm Further company coverage:
* Philip morris international inc. (pmi) reports 2016 results; provides 2017 earnings per share forecast
BRIEF-PHILIP MORRIS INTERNATIONAL ENTERS INTO AGREEMENT TO EXTEND TERM OF ITS EXISTING $2.0 BLN REVOLVING CREDIT FACILITY
* PHILIP MORRIS INTERNATIONAL - ENTERED INTO AGREEMENT, EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 7, 2017, TO EXTEND TERM OF ITS EXISTING $2.0 BILLION REVOLVING CREDIT FACILITY
As tobacco and vaping companies focus on new smoking products that are potentially less harmful, the industry sees an opening for rolling back rules on these products under the Trump administration.
Jan 18 As tobacco and vaping companies focus on new smoking products that are potentially less harmful, the industry sees an opening for rolling back rules on these products under the Trump administration.
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NEW DELHI Philip Morris International is fighting to keep a toehold in India's $11 billion tobacco market, as the government considers further tightening foreign investment rules in the sector, according to documents seen by Reuters.
Philip Morris International Inc filed a much-awaited U.S. application to market a new type of cigarette that heats rather than burns tobacco and may carry fewer health risks.
MILAN British American Tobacco launched a new e-cigarette designed to appeal to young hipsters this week, with a retail store in Milan, stepping up its battle with rival Philip Morris to dominate the market for cigarette alternatives.
LONDON Philip Morris International , the world's largest international tobacco company, said it could eventually stub out cigarette sales as it launched an alternative product in Britain on Wednesday.