Tobacco companies have scrambled over the past decade to find new markets as regulators crack down on cigarettes and more people quit smoking due to the health risks.
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About 80 Western companies, mostly consumer and pharmaceutical companies that argue that pulling out would significantly harm the Russian population, have retained a presence in Russia.
The time may not be far off when more adults need diapers than babies as the population grows older, potentially a huge opportunity for manufacturers of incontinence products — if they can lift the stigma that has long constrained sales. The market for adult diapers, ...