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Cheap, not cheerful

21 April 2020 By Robert Cyran

The Marlboro maker says its profit may be hit because travelers aren’t buying pricier brands in duty-free shops. That jars with the idea that peddling nicotine is recession-proof. As customers quit or die, tobacco companies rely more on trading up. That leaves them exposed.

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