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Corporate Europe Observatory published an analysis of leaked documents outlining the lobbying strategy of tobacco giant Philip Morris International , highlighting top 10 Members of European Parliament with the strongest relationship with Philip Morris. They highlighted a top-10 of MEPs with the strongest relations to Philip Morris, including Othmar Karas, Christofer Fjellner and Wim van de Camp.  <ref> Corporate Europe Observatory, [https://web.archive.org/save/https://corporateeurope.org/power-lobbies/2014/06/mediapart-exposes-unhealthy-liaisons-between-french-mep-and-tobacco-industry Mediapart exposes unhealthy liaisons between French MEP and the tobacco industry], June 2014, Accessed 18 November 2018 </ref>
 
Corporate Europe Observatory published an analysis of leaked documents outlining the lobbying strategy of tobacco giant Philip Morris International , highlighting top 10 Members of European Parliament with the strongest relationship with Philip Morris. They highlighted a top-10 of MEPs with the strongest relations to Philip Morris, including Othmar Karas, Christofer Fjellner and Wim van de Camp.  <ref> Corporate Europe Observatory, [https://web.archive.org/save/https://corporateeurope.org/power-lobbies/2014/06/mediapart-exposes-unhealthy-liaisons-between-french-mep-and-tobacco-industry Mediapart exposes unhealthy liaisons between French MEP and the tobacco industry], June 2014, Accessed 18 November 2018 </ref>
  
Philip Morris Intenational wrote to Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety of the European Commission to ask whether the Comission would “officially delay the introduction” of the track and trace system. x
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Philip Morris Intenational wrote to Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety of the European Commission to ask whether the Comission would “officially delay the introduction” of the track and trace system. <ref>Expose Tobacco, [https://web.archive.org/save/https://exposetobacco.org/wp-content/uploads/EPHA-Report.pdf Targeting the European Commission: The 7 Lobbying Techniques of Big Tobacco], Accessed 13 May 2021 </ref>
  
 
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