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Juul, an e-cigarette giant that has paid $2 billion in year-end awards, is losing ground around the world
Juul, an e-cigarette giant that has paid $2 billion in year-end awards, is losing ground around the world

Nearly 13 billion investment, 2 billion year-end bonus A year ago, Juul, an American e-cigarette brand, seemed to have a bright future. But in a short period of one year, it has lost in the global market, and different countries and regions have closed the door to it.

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Juul's investment of 12.8 billion US dollars was cancelled by FTC
Juul's investment of 12.8 billion US dollars was cancelled by FTC

According to media reports such as Forbes and the financial times, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has filed a lawsuit to cancel the $12.8 billion investment made by tobacco giant Altria to Juul in 2018.

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The short-term demand of e-cigarette battery is increasing rapidly in the near future
The short-term demand of e-cigarette battery is increasing rapidly in the near future

Recently, the demand for electronic cigarette batteries is booming, and the phenomenon of shortage and short supply has appeared again. However, this shortage is very different from before. It was caused by the rapid growth of the market. This time, it is related to American policy.

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Electronic cigarette industry under novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic situation
Electronic cigarette industry under novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic situation

The novel coronavirus pneumonia erupted at the end of 2019 seemed to have put a pause button on the whole world. China entered the novel coronavirus pneumonia area in March. The epidemic trend is ending. Many people begin to wear masks to enjoy the spring scenery. However, the epidemic curve outside China is constantly rising. The novel coronavirus pneumonia was declared a global pandemic in Geneva on March 11th.

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Altria sent a letter to FDA requesting an eight week delay in PMTA submission
Altria sent a letter to FDA requesting an eight week delay in PMTA submission

According to reports, novel coronavirus pneumonia, the Asia Group has written to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), request the agency to postpone the May 12th PMTA deadline eight weeks. Altria said novel coronavirus pneumonia products should be submitted to FDA before May 12th, but many companies have broken down due to the outbreak of new crown pneumonia. The novel coronavirus pneumonia is also being infected by many companies requiring their employees to work at home and factories temporarily closed.

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British Department of public health: 8 truths you must know about e-cigarettes
British Department of public health: 8 truths you must know about e-cigarettes

On March 5. the Ministry of Health published the eight truths about e-cigarettes, which were reprinted on the official website of the British government. It can be seen as a powerful refutation of the most widely spread rumors and prejudices in the e-cigarettes industry by the official agencies of the government.

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US CDC removed the special topic of e-cigarette lung disease
US CDC removed the special topic of e-cigarette lung disease

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) finally dropped the electronic smoke lung disease project, which indicates the end of the mysterious lung disease event that caused panic among electronic smoke users all over the world.

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Fermo International's Bologna plant in Italy will be suspended for one week
Fermo International's Bologna plant in Italy will be suspended for one week

On March 27. according to foreign reports, PMI's plant in Bologna, Italy, will be suspended for a week. It is reported that about 50% of the iqos heating rods of PMI are produced in Bologna factory. The shutdown was carried out during the outbreak of covid-19 to prevent further spread of the virus.

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France starts the third level anti epidemic warning e-cigarette store will be closed
France starts the third level anti epidemic warning e-cigarette store will be closed

According to reports, French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced the implementation of a level 3 new crown virus (covid-19) alert, resulting in the closure of all unnecessary stores, including e-cigarette stores.

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Scotland:e-cigarettes may help poor smokers quit smoking
Scotland:e-cigarettes may help poor smokers quit smoking

According to vapingpost, a new study published recently by the public health department of BMC in Scotland shows that although adult smokers from economically disadvantaged families are less likely to quit smoking, the scope of this inequality has narrowed among non-smokers, indicating that e-cigarettes may help this group quit smoking.

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