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Daily News on Vape Industry March 26th, 2024

  1. In February 2024, China exported approximately US$26.77 million of Russian vapes, a month-on-month decrease of 50.07%, and a year-on-year decrease of 51.75%; the export volume was approximately 613 tons, a month-on-month decrease of 46.18%, and a year-on-year decrease of 42.65%.


  1. In November 2023, Philippine regulatory authorities seized 1.4 million illegal vapes from FIava worth approximately 1.43 billion pesos during a raid. The company has also been under tax investigation due to this incident. Currently, the Philippine government’s regulation of vapesis in a stage of tightening.


  1. Belgian Health Minister Frank Vanden Broek announced that starting from January 1, 2025, Belgium will ban the sale of disposable vapesto achieve a “smoke-free generation.”


  1. Emil Terhart, chairman of the Dutch VapeAssociation, said that Belgium’s announcement to ban the sale of disposable vapes, like the Dutch flavor ban, will not reduce the number of young people using vapes.


  1. Kentucky VapeBill SB344 requires vapemanufacturers to register with the state government, and the government will publish a catalog of products that meet the standards. Some vape shop owners have expressed concerns about the upcoming state catalog law, saying it will limit their business.


  1. British American Tobacco plans to expand the sales channels of its ultra-light heated tobacco product Glo Hyper Air to offline, aiming to get closer to the adult smoker group.