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Daily News on Vape Industry May 28th, 2024

  1. In April 2024, China’s vapeexports to the Netherlands were approximately US$42.47 million, a month-on-month increase of 32.21% and a year-on-year increase of 19.67%. The export volume was approximately 1,076 tons, a month-on-month increase of 26.09%, and a year-on-year increase of 44.39%.


  1. The Australian Border Force (ABF) intercepted nearly 400,000 disposable vapes within a week, with a total value of more than 12.4 million Australian dollars, setting a record for the largest seizure since the implementation of the new law on January 1 this year.


  1. Dubai Customs jointly inspected the sales of vapes in “Dragon City” during Ramadan with multiple departments, aiming to confirm whether all stores selling vapesmet the country’s standards. During the period, 11 cases of violations were discovered, involving 1,555 substandard products.


  1. Uzbekistan approved the Technical Regulations on Tobacco Products, which will come into effect on January 1, 2025, which will mean that all vapesand heated tobacco products on the market will be fully regulated.


  1. Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Anutin announced that the government had seized more than 100 million baht (approximately US$2.73 million) worth of prohibited vapesand related equipment during the raid.


  1. The German VapeIndustry Association (VdeH) recently responded to accusations from the World Health Organization (WHO) and firmly denied trying to make children addicted through temptation. The association emphasized that they had pledged in 2019 not to use cartoon images or other methods to attract children and teenagers for advertising promotions.