A forensic economist testified Tuesday that R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. appeared to lowball its net worth in documents produced at the trial of a woman dying of lung cancer that a jury found was caused by cigarette smoking.

Economist Robert Johnson told the seven-man, five-woman San Francisco Superior Court jury that in an unaudited financial statement R.J. Reynolds claimed its net worth for 1999 was $5.3 billion.

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