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Daily News on Vape Industry October 16th, 2023

  1. In August, China exported e-cigarettes to Australia to approximately US$16.41 million, a decrease of 9.11% from the previous month and a decrease of 20.51% from the same period last year. The export volume was approximately 372 tons, a decrease of 7.52% from the previous month and a decrease of 4.06% from the same period last year. The export unit price was US$44.17/kg, a decrease of 1.72% from the previous year. %, a year-on-year decrease of 17.15%.


  1. The FDA issued a marketing denialorder for six flavoredvapes under the Vuse Alto brand of British American Tobacco, including three mint-flavored and three blueberry-flavored products. British American Tobacco responded that it would immediately seek to suspend the implementation of the mint-flavored veto order.


  1. Health Canada has granted a license to sell nicotine pouches to a subsidiary of British American Tobacco, and Imperial Tobacco Canada (IT CAN) will become the exclusive distributor of the product in Canada.


  1. Irish Health Minister Stephen Donnelly announced that he has launched historic legislation that will ban the sale of all disposable vapesin Ireland.


  1. British Health Minister Stephen Barclay said the government is considering how to reduce the appeal of vapesto children.


  1. KT&G held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new factory in Kazakhstan, aiming to build the factory into a production innovation base in Asia and Europe, and then promote the sales of its heated tobacco products and cigarettes in the global market.


  1. The World Electronic Cigarette Association published an article stating that India’s e-cigarette ban has deprived 270 million tobacco users of the right to obtain safer nicotine alternatives. It calls on the Indian government to reconsider the ban and develop a practical harm reduction strategy that respects the choices of adult consumers.


  1. The Foundation for a Smoke-Free World has appointed a new CEO, and Philip Morris International, which recently provided the foundation with its final tranche of funding, said its pledge agreement with the foundation has ended.