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e-cigarettes

Many interesting things happened for the industry in 2017. more

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Indonesia is moving to stub out its booming e-cigarette sector by imposing a 57% tax on non-tobacco alternatives starting this summer. more

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Public Health England says e-cigarettes should be available on prescription. more

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The European Commission has decided not to propose a harmonized approach for excise taxation of e-cigarettes and other novel tobacco products until further information about these products is available. more

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This October, New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signed legislation adding electronic cigarettes to the Clean Indoor Air Act, which bans their use everywhere that smoking tobacco products are prohibited. more

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British American Tobacco also says it wants revenue from the products, which include e-cigarettes and heat-not-burn tobacco devices, to rise further. more

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Greg Hunt, Australia’s health minister, says he will never lift the ban on e-cigarettes despite an ongoing Senate inquiry into their use. more

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The British Psychological Society says e-cigarettes should be promoted as a method of stopping smoking. more

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Juul is one of the hottest e-cigarettes on the market, representing 27% of dollar market share of the total e-cigarette category for the four weeks that ended Sept. 9, according to new data. more

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Recognizing unfair and possibly unwise regulatory processes, FDA extended the products review application process for “newly regulated” combustible tobacco products and for non-combustible products such as e-cigarettes. more

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The Advertising Standards Authority has upheld an anonymous complaint saying that advertisements encouraging smokers to switch to e-cigarettes as safer alternatives are against EU law. more

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A federal parliamentary inquiry is examining whether e-cigarettes should be legalized in Australia. more

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Banning e-cigarettes in India will increase smuggling of such products, which have no assurance of source and quality standards, says the Tobacco Institute of India. more

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A new study is the first of its kind to suggest that for some people, e-cigarettes could help more than they hurt. more

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British travel agents are warning clients about a Thai law that prohibits e-cigarettes being brought into the country, with the penalty being fines or a jail sentence. more

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The Thai Public Health Ministry has revealed an increased tobacco tax will be effective from July 4 in an effort to curb smoking, particularly among low-income smokers. more

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For global players like Philip Morris International, British American Tobacco, and Japan Tobacco, South Korea is a lucrative market which sits amongst its top five Asia Pacific markets in terms of volume contribution. more

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