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Daily News on Vape Industry November 28th, 2023

  1. In October 2023, China’s e-cigarette exports to Germany were approximately US$54.68 million, a decrease of 17.07% month-on-month and a year-on-year decrease of 31.05%; the export volume was approximately 987 tons, a month-on-month decrease of 7.98% and a year-on-year increase of 27.10%; the export unit price was 55.40 USD/kg, down 9.87% month-on-month and 45.75% year-on-year.


  1. A survey by the British Addiction Treatment Organization pointed out that the number of British adults who use vapesevery day has reached 5.1 million, more than half of whom are women, and the total number reaches 2.6 million, including nearly 400,000 pregnant women.


  1. Philip Morris Korea announced that starting from November 27, it will conduct a preferential purchase event for the “IQOS Iluma Prime Emerald Green Version” at the GS25 convenience store in South Korea. Consumers who purchase this model will receive an IQOS Iluma One as a gift.


  1. British American Tobacco Korea is expected to fully launch the liquid vape”VuseGo 800″ in South Korea. Currently, the Korean vapemarket is dominated by small and medium-sized companies, and the representative brand Bubblemon has entered the shelves of Korean convenience stores.


  1. Central America Tobacco Company, a subsidiary of Philip Morris International, launched its latest heated tobacco product IQOS ILUMA in Guatemala.


  1. British American Tobacco has called on the British government to implement “tougher” regulation of vapes, including a licensing system similar to that for alcohol and cigarettes. It also wants to ban flavors specifically targeted at children.


  1. The Irish Government will launch an vapeconsultation to seek people’s views on what measures the Government needs to take to make nicotine products less attractive. The event will last until January 5, 2024.


  1. The Economic Policy Committee of the Russian Federation Council recommended that those who smuggle vapeoil be imprisoned for three to seven years and fined up to 1 million rubles.