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Daily News on Vape Industry April 19th, 2024

  1. In February 2024, China’s vapeexports to Switzerland were approximately US$2.08 million, a month-on-month decrease of 60.47%, and a year-on-year decrease of 39.9%; the export volume was approximately 42 tons, a month-on-month decrease of 60.95%, and a year-on-year increase of 25.03%.


  1. Recently, the vapebrand ELFBAR announced its latest disposable concept vapeprototype “corrugated paper vape” as part of its brand’s promotion of the vape recyclable industry.


  1. Vanchat Supachatra revealed that the Thai committee is considering studying Thailand’s laws and measures to control and regulate vapes, and plans to visit China’s vape manufacturerand vapemarket. The move raises questions about the committee’s performance of its duties, as vapes are illegal in Thailand.


  1. The Public Health Department of Wales, UK, established a special working group and proposed four main control measures to deal with the problem of vapesamong teenagers. The task force recommended banning vapedealers and manufacturers from selling attractive flavors such as bubble gum.


  1. Brazil’s National Health Supervision Agency decided to postpone the debate on vaperegulations until the 19th. The meeting originally planned for April 17 could not be held on time due to technical and operational issues on the official YouTube channel.


  1. West India Tobacco Company Limited (WITCO), a subsidiary of British American Tobacco, will launch the VuseGo vapein the Caribbean island country of Trinidad and Tobago. The starting price of this product is US$19.21 and will be available from April 22 Sold at all Massy Stores.


  1. The Federal Board of Revenue of Pakistan has increased the tariff on first-class tobacco from US$0.47 to US$1.19. This decision is aimed at increasing revenue from US$530 million to US$720 million in this fiscal year to cope with the dual pressures of public health and revenue generation.