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The tobacco industry in Asia: revelations in the corporate documents
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  • James Middleton
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    Time to sue

    the Philip Morris website admits the damage did and continues to do - they have to admit this given the massive amount of technical data available to prove this

    In the USA Big Tobacco has paid billions of dollars to settle lawsuits issued by different States and to pay for the healthcare to treat the effects of their product

    It is high time the HK Government filed a similar lawsuit or fear being sued it...

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