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E-cigarette wholesale group supreme e-cigarette revenue increased by 36%
E-cigarette wholesale group supreme e-cigarette revenue increased by 36%

According to foreign reports, the wholesale supplier supreme is the company behind 88 vape. As non-smokers try to get rid of this habit, the income of smoking substitutes alone has increased by 36%. In the year ended March 31, the company's initial total revenue increased by 33% to GBP 122.3 million, up from GBP 92.3 million in the previous year.

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Panamanian parliament approves ban on sale of Nicotine Salt Electronic Cigarette
Panamanian parliament approves ban on sale of Nicotine Salt Electronic Cigarette

According to vaping360, recently, Panama's National Assembly approved a bill to ban the sale of all e-cigarette products with or without nicotine. The ban also applies to heated tobacco products (HTPs) such as iqos. In addition, the Panamanian National Assembly said that although the Act prohibits Panama customs from importing e-cigarette products, it does not prohibit Panama from exporting e-cigarette products to other countries, nor does it prohibit the transshipment of e-cigarette products from Panama to other countries.

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India bans e-cigarettes, but will benefit from nicotine distributors
India bans e-cigarettes, but will benefit from nicotine distributors

E-smokers and smokers in India will not be able to obtain the legal products of purified nicotine produced by ITC.According to foreign reports, ITC limited, an Indian tobacco company, announced that it would produce nicotine and nicotine salts and export them to countries that are allowed to sell e-cigarettes and oral nicotine products (such as nicotine bags).

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Vpz, a British e-cigarette retailer, launched vape clinic smoking cessation service
Vpz, a British e-cigarette retailer, launched vape clinic smoking cessation service

Vpz, a UK based e-cigarette retailer, launched vape clinic service at its flagship store in Newbridge on July 5. The coach of vape clinic is an expert who helps smokers quit smoking and provides them with advice, foreign reports said. The company now plans to launch the service in all locations in the coming months to meet the growing demand for smoking cessation services. During the covid-19 smoking ban, the number of local smoking cessation services and smokers' retailers decreased significantly, and thousands of smokers were denied any services to help them quit, the report said.

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Canada's ban on nicotine concentrations above 20 mg / ml will take effect today
Canada's ban on nicotine concentrations above 20 mg / ml will take effect today

Despite opposition from public health experts, a ban on electronic cigarette liquids with nicotine concentrations exceeding 20 mg / ml in Canada will take effect today.According to foreign reports, despite opposition from public health experts, a regulation banning electronic cigarette liquid with nicotine concentration more than 20 mg / ml in Canada will take effect tomorrow (July 8).

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86% of Hong Kong teenagers use e-cigarettes, which is worrying
86% of Hong Kong teenagers use e-cigarettes, which is worrying

According to Hong Kong's Xingdao daily, a study by the University of Hong Kong shows that the proportion of young people aged 25 or below using new tobacco products such as e-cigarettes and heated tobacco has reached a new high, reaching 85.9% from 2019 to 2020, an increase of 13 percentage points over the previous year, and it is the third year in a row. The situation is worrying.

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Juul Labs Inc will pay $40 million to settle the lawsuit
Juul Labs Inc will pay $40 million to settle the lawsuit

North Carolina attorney general Josh Stein said on Monday that he had reached an agreement with Juul labs Inc., an e-cigarette maker, to pay $40 million and carry out "major reforms" in its business model, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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The United Arab Emirates disposable e-cigarette retailer calls for more industry support
The United Arab Emirates disposable e-cigarette retailer calls for more industry support

According to foreign reports, a leading steam retailer in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) said that the industry must take more measures to support the government's official efforts aimed at preventing counterfeit and unregulated e-cigarette trade and preventing sales to minors.

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Canada plans to ban flavored e-cigarettes from 2022
Canada plans to ban flavored e-cigarettes from 2022

Canada has recently said it intends to ban most fruits flavor e-cigarette to prevent young people from consuming e-cigarettes, according to foreign reports. According to the Canadian Gazette, it is an overview of pending government regulatory orders, which the Liberal government said would limit the taste of e-cigarettes to tobacco, mint and menthol. Cherry, melon and mango are prohibited.

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Los Angeles may soon ban flavored e-cigarettes and hookah
Los Angeles may soon ban flavored e-cigarettes and hookah

The alliance of youth and public health advocates, which supports the ban, believes that flavoring products attract more young people to use tobacco, including e-cigarettes.

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