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(Reuters)
Vaping profits boom as 'Big Tobacco' pivots
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One of the world's largest tobacco companies, British American Tobacco, has predicted revenue from its vapor products will double to $1.3 billion next year as other firms expand past traditional cigarettes.
One of the world's largest tobacco companies, British American Tobacco, has predicted revenue from its vapor products will double to $1.3 billion next year as other firms expand past traditional cigarettes.
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