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Trump To Meet With Vaping Industry Reps. to Discuss E-Cig Regulations 

“Will be meeting with representatives of the Vaping industry, together with medical professionals and individual state representatives, to come up with an acceptable solution...

India’s E-Cig Ban: Have Your Say!

The ban will set in place a maximum imprisonment of up to one year alongside a penalty of Rs 1lakh ($1,400) for first-time violators.   A...

China: E-Cigs Still Available Online Despite Ban

A statement released by Chinese regulators last week, explained that the ban aims to protect teens from having access to vaping products. Up until...

China Has Banned the Online Sales of E-Cigarettes

The statement explained that this measure aims to protect teens from having access to vaping products. Up until now, in China, there were currently...

Massachusetts Sales Data: E-Cig Ban Has Driven Ex-Smokers Back to Smoking

Sales data released by Piper Jaffray compare the four weeks ending October 20th 2019, when the Massachusetts emergency ban went into effect, to the...

US E-Cig Bans Are Once Again Raising Big Tobacco Stocks

"This might sound counter intuitive, but vaping bans could actually boost a company like Universal Corp. UVV, -0.05% In fact, it’s one of my...

Turkey is Preparing to Ban Vaping And The Import of E-Cigarettes

In October 2017, Turkey had announced that it was withdrawing plans to start importing and producing Heat not Burn (HnB) products and electronic cigarettes....

Judge Ruling Orders Amendments on Massachusetts E-Cig Sales Ban

Last month, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, urged the public health council to set in place a four month statewide ban on the sales of...

Juul Will Now Also Suspend Online Sales of Flavoured Products in...

In 2018, Juul Labs Inc. had announced its plans to stop selling most of its flavoured nicotine liquids at bricks-and-mortar stores. The e-cig manufacturer...

Los Angeles Considers Total E-Cigarette Ban

The number of “vape-related” lung disease cases has now reached approximately a 1000, and despite reports linking the cases to the consumption of illicit...
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