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31 October 2019 By Robert Cyran, Amanda Gomez

The tobacco company thinks vaping affiliate Juul is worth one-third less than it paid. It’s counting on slower sales and temporarily lower profitability as regulators weigh limits on e-cigarettes, and localities ban them. Investors are baking in more pessimistic projections.

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