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Daily News on Vape Industry December 6th, 2023

  1. The French National Assembly unanimously passed a bill banning disposable vapes. Next, the bill will be submitted to the Senate and will need approval from the European Commission. The government hopes the process will be completed by late summer 2024.


  1. In October 2023, China’s e-cigarette exports to Australia were approximately US$6.86 million, down 60% month-on-month and 67% year-on-year; the export volume was approximately 150 tons, down 61% month-on-month and 63% year-on-year.


  1. Smoore responded to the British regulatory consultation and expressed support for the protection of minors. The company has decided to no longer work with brands that use flavor names, packaging or product designs that appeal to children and teenagers.


  1. The US FDA filed a permanent injunction lawsuit against the e-cigarette liquid seller Vape Junkie E-juice through the Department of Justice (DOJ). The move was because the merchant was not authorized to produce, sell and distribute e-cigarette products.


  1. Because disposable vapescontain many components and require manual disassembly for recycling, and are extremely difficult to recycle, Wiltshire in the UK is calling for a ban on disposable vapes.


  1. SKE’S parent company Yinghe Technology issued an announcement stating that the company’s controlling shareholder Shanghai Electric Group Co., Ltd. plans to transfer all 184 million shares it holds in the company, accounting for 28.39% of the company’s total share capital, to its wholly owned subsidiarycompany Shanghai Electric Automation Group Co.,free of charge.