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Join the effort to tackle the illicit trade. This global initiative supports public, private, and nongovernmental organizations to develop and implement projects against illegal trade and related crimes.
Combatting illicit trade is a top priority for PMI. Take a closer look at the real social impact of the illicit trade, and explore the solutions that can make a difference.
We’ve built the world’s most successful cigarette company,with the world’s most popular and iconic brands.
We will be far more than a leading cigarette company. We’re building PMI’s future on smoke-free products that are a much better choice than cigarette smoking.
Indeed, our vision – for all of us at PMI – is that these products will one day replace cigarettes.
Why are we doing this?
We understand the millions of men and women who smoke cigarettes. They are looking for less harmful, yet satisfying, alternatives to smoking. We will give them that choice.
We have a commitment to our employees and our shareholders. We will fulfill that commitment by pursuing this long-term vision for success.
Society expects us to act responsibly. And we are doing just that by designing a smoke-free future.
Success in the cigarette business gives us the resources to pursue our ambitious vision.
Thanks to the imagination and perseverance of thousands of people at PMI, we have developed breakthrough products that are smoke-free and enjoyable.
And, we are selling them today. Millions have already given up smoking and switched to our new products, and this is just the beginning.
We’re investing to make these products the Philip Morris icons of the future.
In changing times you can always choose to do nothing. Instead, we’ve set a new course for the company. We’ve chosen to do something really big.
Read about our company’s strategies.
Searching for an alternative to smoking? PMI has a wide variety of nicotine-containing products without the smoke.
Shouldn’t smokers be able to choose less harmful alternatives to cigarettes?