USITC judge says Philip Morris infringes BAT patents
USITC attorney backs BAT in Philip Morris patent dispute
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The US International Trade Commission (ITC) has ruled that Philip Morris International (PMI) will no longer be permitted to import its IQOS heated tobacco sticks into the US, in a decision that “puzzled and concerned” the company.
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