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Daily News on Vape Industry February 20th, 2024

  1. The state of Minnesota in the United States reached a settlement of US$60.5 million with JUUL. The state Department of Health is currently soliciting ideas to use the settlement money to develop a personalized smoking cessation prevention program.


  1. Poland’s Deputy Health Minister Wojciech Konieczny said that the sale of disposable vapesmay be banned in the next few months. He believes that the ban is best implemented before the summer vacation.


  1. A UK study suggests that a ban on disposable vapeswill change consumer behavior, impact vapeculture in cities with active tobacco consumption, and force existing retailers to adapt their products to comply with new regulations.


  1. The third session of the Conference of the Parties to the Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products (MOP3) has officially concluded. The meeting endorsed the fight against illicit trade in tobacco products that harms health and deprives national governments of tax revenue to support public health initiatives.


  1. The CEO Candidate Recommendation Committee of Han Yan Ginseng Co., Ltd. (KT&G) announced that it has identified four candidates for the next CEO and will conduct in-depth interviews with them. It plans to determine and announce the final candidates next week.


  1. The head of Staffordshire Trading Standards in the UK welcomed the ban on the sale of disposable vapes. She pointed out that banning disposable vapeswould not only protect children’s health, but also protect the environment.


  1. Mohamed Awad Tagir al-Din, Egyptian Presidential Advisor on Health and Prevention, recently discussed the dangers of vapes. He pointed out that the main problem with vapes is that their side effects take a long time to appear.