Fire Safe Cigarette

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A special cigarette that quickly extinguishes if ignored, which is designed to reduce unintended fires, a common cause of death in smokers.
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The increase in reconstituted tobacco leaf production capacity, the new cigarette paper manufacturing strategy, the acquisition in Indonesia and anticipated increased sales of reduced ignition propensity cigarette paper are expected to benefit 2004 and subsequent periods.
The Company did not have significant production or sales of reduced ignition propensity cigarette paper during 2003.
The Company did not have significant production or sales of reduced ignition propensity cigarette paper during the third quarter as cigarette manufacturers have not yet finalized their plans for the use of these products.
The Company did not have significant production or sales of reduced ignition propensity cigarette paper during the second quarter as cigarette manufacturers have not yet finalized their plans for the use of this product.
The increase in reconstituted tobacco leaf production capacity, the new cigarette paper manufacturing strategy and increased sales of reduced ignition propensity cigarette paper are expected to benefit 2004 and subsequent periods.
The Company did not have significant production or sales of reduced ignition propensity cigarette paper during the first quarter as cigarette manufacturers have not yet finalized their plans for the use of this product.
We consider 2003 to be a transition year for Schweitzer-Mauduit, with both the increase in reconstituted tobacco leaf production capacity and increased sales of reduced ignition propensity cigarette paper expected to benefit 2004 and subsequent periods.
While NIST does not routinely perform product tests, it agreed to do so in this case, recognizing the important role of the FTC in assuring the public of the veracity of product claims and the high potential for reduced ignition propensity cigarettes to reduce fire deaths and injuries.
Questions and answers about NIST's work with reduced ignition propensity cigarettes may be found at the same address.
Philip Morris USA supports the development of a uniform national standard for reduced ignition propensity cigarettes.

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