In Blow to Philip Morris, Israel to Tax iQOS E-cigarettes Like Ordinary Cigarettes

In a blow to Philip Morris, the iQOS device will be taxed at 65 percent, a statement by Israel that e-cigs are as damaging to health as traditional cigarettes

Ronny Linder
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A man poses for a photograph while using a Philip Morris iQOS smoking device, in Bogota, Colombia November 14, 2017.
A man poses for a photograph while using a Philip Morris iQOS smoking device, in Bogota, Colombia November 14, 2017. Credit: \ JAIME SALDARRIAGA/REUTERS

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