Philip Morris Sales Miss Estimates, Hurt by Strong DollarBy
Forecast for 2016 profit also trails analysts' projections
CEO Andre Calantzopoulos says currency headwinds will persist
Philip Morris International Inc., the world’s largest publicly traded tobacco company, posted fourth-quarter revenue that trailed analysts’ estimates, hurt by the strong dollar.
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