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Allen Liao

As integration between the internet and traditional industries goes deeper leading to new forms of business, the tobacco industry in China is actively embracing the so-called era of “internet plus.” Read more

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As major Chinese cities tighten up regulations on cigarette smoking in public places, Chinese electronic cigarette manufacturers – which supply the lion’s share of the product to global markets – now look at their own home market for increased sales. Read more

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At a time when the Chinese government is about to implement a set of stringent regulations over smoking in public places, slim cigarettes are enjoying increased sales. Read more

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Under China’s longstanding system of state tobacco monopoly, cigarettes are regulated by the law on monopoly and are thus a special type of commodity exclusively sold and traded by the government. Read more

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The tobacco-growing regions in China are trying to exercise control over both the tobacco acreage and sales volume in response to the general plan set out by the State Tobacco Monopoly Administration. Read more

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Chinese cigarette packaging manufacturers are actively engaging overseas markets with a strategy that aims to optimize their packaging products and services at a time of sluggish growth in sales of tobacco products. Read more

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From the Associate editor

Regulating by science,
not prejudice

Everyone can agree that regulations should be in place to control e-cigarettes. But, shouldn’t these regulations be based on new scientific findings more than old prejudice?

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