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" is a brand of cigarette
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produced in Dresden
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, under the authority of the Philip Morris International
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f6 enjoyed as of 2007 a 20% market share in the new states of Germany.
A packet of 19 cigarettes cost €
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4.60, whereas the larger "big pack" (22 cigarettes) retail at €5.20. Some tobacconists stock "XXL-Packs" (27 cigarettes) for €6.00.