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Daily News on Vape Industry November 9th, 2023

  1. In September, China’s e-cigarette exports to the Philippines were approximately US$17.86 million, a month-on-month decrease of 0.13%, and a year-on-year increase of 100.88%; the export volume was approximately 409 tons, a month-on-month increase of 3.09%, and a year-on-year increase of 209.08%; the export unit price was US$43.65/Kilograms, a month-on-month decrease of 3.13% and a year-on-year decrease of 35.01%.


  1. In his speech, King Charles III of the United Kingdom mentioned that the British government will impose stricter restrictions on vapesand consider taxing e-cigarettes in the future to create a “smoking-free generation.”


  1. An article by Casson Communications, an investor marketing agency, pointed out that the US FDA, ITC and big tobacco companies have joined forces to crack down on illegal vapes, which will benefit compliant companies and provide business opportunities.


  1. The Supreme Court of Panama decided to hear a lawsuit regarding the unconstitutionality of the 2022 ban on vapesand HTP products. This decision is considered a significant step forward for Panamanian tobacco harm reduction groups.


  1. Two congressmen from New York State in the United States called for adjustments to legislation to ban vapesin schools in the state.


  1. The FDA issued a warning letter to Nic Nac Naturals for the company’s unauthorized marketing of soluble nicotine products, which the company describes as “nicotine mint tablets” that resemble mints in appearance.


  1. In the first ten months of 2023, the Bosnia and Herzegovina market received a total of disposable vapes(with or without nicotine) worth more than 8.3 million marks (approximately RMB 32.92 million).


  1. A survey by the Dutch Disease Control Agency FMA found that the use of vapes among teenagers in Curaçao is high. It called on the government to legislate to ban the sale of vapes to teenagers.