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Daily News on Vape Industry March 4th, 2024

  1. In December 2023, China exported approximately US$9.57 million of vapesto Poland, a month-on-month decrease of 38.64% and a year-on-year decrease of 25.13%; the export volume was approximately 166 tons, a month-on-month decrease of 47.79% and a year-on-year decrease of 17.70%.


  1. On the evening of February 29, the Philippine Customs Intelligence and Investigation Bureau seized a batch of vapesworth 4 billion pesos (approximately RMB 510 million) that were not registered in the Philippines and lacked relevant authorization certificates. These products came from Flava.


  1. The U.S. International Trade Commission has decided to conduct a “337 investigation” on certain atomizer devices, components and products, involving STIII ZY, ALD and other companies.


  1. A New Zealand onlinevapeseller has mocked the Australian government’s vape reforms, telling customers “we have no intention of stopping” vape shipments.


  1. The British government is expected to raise tobacco taxes in next week’s budget. The price of a pack of 20 cigarettes may rise to 16 pounds, making the cost of smoking a new high. The tax increase is said to provide around £500m to the budget, but experts fear it could encourage illegal tobacco sales.


  1. The Philippine Department of Trade and Industry is planning to establish avapecertification process in the country to cooperate with the government’s crackdown on illegal vapes.


  1. British American Tobacco Japan announced that starting from March 1, the price of its heated tobacco product glo hyperX 2 will be significantly reduced, with the price dropping from 1,980 yen to 980 yen.


  1. The South Australian state government in Australia announced that people are prohibited from using vapesin major public places, and offenders will be fined.