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|In 2021, Filter published an article on a supposedly decreased rate of cigarette consumption in Japan. Moira Gilchrist, the vice president of strategic and scientific communications at Philip Morris International, was interviewed for the piece: “We too are astonished that more people in the tobacco control community aren’t viewing the situation in Japan as a tremendous breakthrough... It’s a real world example, on a massive scale, of what happens when a company gets it right on science and on product, and when governments allow innovation to thrive. Japanese adults are voting with their feet and leaving cigarettes—in droves. There is no good reason why the continuing success in Japan can’t be replicated in every country.” The online magazine acknowledged that "PMI has provided unrestricted grants to The Influence Foundation, which operates Filter. Both INNCO and The Influence Foundation have received grants from the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World." <ref>[https://web.archive.org/save/https://filtermag.org/why-japans-huge-drop-in-smoking-is-a-story-prohibitionists-ignore/ Why Japan’s Huge Drop in Smoking Is a Story Prohibitionists Ignore], ''Filter Magazine'', 13 May 2021, Accessed 18 May 2021</ref>
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|In 2018 and 2019, Philip Morris International funded Filter Magazine, Politico and Vice Media. Now, the Foundation is similarly funding media outlets, with USD 190,000 allocated to Filter Magazine for “feature-length pieces, short pieces and original videos”. <ref>Tobacco Tactics website, [https://www.tobaccotactics.org/images/9/92/STOP_FSFW_Taxfiling_20june.pdf Latest Tax Return Sheds Light on The Philip Morris-funded Foundation for a Smoke-free World], p.3, July 2019, Accessed 31 January 2020 </ref>
 
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In 2018 and 2019, Philip Morris International funded Filter Magazine, Politico and Vice Media. Now, the Foundation is similarly funding media outlets, with USD 190,000 allocated to Filter Magazine for “feature-length pieces, short pieces and original videos”. <ref>Tobacco Tactics website, [https://www.tobaccotactics.org/images/9/92/STOP_FSFW_Taxfiling_20june.pdf Latest Tax Return Sheds Light on The Philip Morris-funded Foundation for a Smoke-free World], p.3, July 2019, Accessed 31 January 2020 </ref>
 
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|[https://www.tobaccotactics.org/images/9/92/STOP_FSFW_Taxfiling_20june.pdf Politico]
 
|[https://www.tobaccotactics.org/images/9/92/STOP_FSFW_Taxfiling_20june.pdf Politico]

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