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Daily News on Vape Industry April 18th, 2024

  1. In February 2024, China’s vapeexports to Hungary were approximately US$890,000, a month-on-month decrease of 61.28%, and a year-on-year increase of 12.9%; the export volume was approximately 14 tons, a month-on-month decrease of 66.39%, and a year-on-year increase of 176.74%.


  1. On April 16, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s comprehensive anti-smoking plan was passed by 383 votes to 67 votes. The opposition Labor front bench expressed support for the plan, but 57 Conservative MPs voted against it.


  1. On April 16, the concept stocks of vapefell by 6.62%. Today, the main capital outflow was 744 million yuan. One concept stock rose and 34 stocks fell.


  1. The president of Brazilian BAT company called on regulatory agencies to regulate vapes, emphasizing that they pose less health risks, and hopes to promote regulation to reduce black market activities and increase tax revenue. In his view, if vapesremain banned, Anvisa and Brazil will “fall behind.”


  1. The Convenience Stores Association has received annual subscriptions of £120,000 from four tobacco and vapecompanies: British American Tobacco, Japan Tobacco International, Philip Morris International and Imperial Brands. Four other vape companies also gave the group £74,000 in subscription fees.


  1. BrkFst, the company of Nigerian singer Burna Boy, has entered into a five-year cooperation agreement with Aspire North America LLC, a subsidiary of vapecompany lspire Technology lnc., for the manufacture and distribution of vapes in Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa and Europe. The move prompted condemnation from corporate responsibility and public engagement groups in Africa.