Philip Morris, with $8.5 billion of sales and 12,500 employees in Europe, has also claimed the regulation could result in up to 175,000 job losses and lost tax revenues of 5 billion euros ($6.8 billion) per year.
Leftists broadly favored the new regulations, joined by many conservatives concerned about the costs to national health care systems of smoking-related treatment. The package was adopted in a 560-92 vote with 32 abstentions.
Charlton reported from Paris. Maria Cheng in London contributed to this report.
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