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Philip Morris responds to Ferrari F1 sponsorship investigation

American tobacco company Philip Morris insists its 'Mission Winnow' sponsorship programme with Ferrari complies with advertising laws despite Australia's concerns over the matter. The 'Mission Winnow' name and logo appeared on the Scuderia's cars at last year's Japanese Grand Prix. Philip Morris is using the concept to usher new era for the tobacco company which ambitions to develop and market "smoke-free alternatives" to cigarettes. However, just over a month before Formula 1 gathers in Melbourne for the season's opening event, Australia’s Department of Health and Victoria’s Department of Health and Human Services have launched an investigation into PM's practices, concerned...
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