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Daily News on Vape Industry October 17th, 2023

  1. In August, China’s exports of e-cigarettes to Italy were approximately US$39.25 million, down 45.30% month-on-month and 65.53% year-on-year. The export volume was approximately 77 tons, down 48.03% month-on-month and 63.02% year-on-year. The export unit price was US$51.07/kg, month-on-month. An increase of 5.25% and a year-on-year decrease of 6.80%.


  1. Smore International announced that it has received information from Reynolds Electronic Cigarette Company that the temporary administrative suspension of the marketing denialorder submitted by Reynolds has been approved, so the marketing and distribution of menthol flavored products can continue in the United States.


  1. Some people in the British society criticized Prime Minister Rishi Sunak for only focusing on reducing the use of disposable vapesand not actively responding to the use of vapesby teenagers. They called for a complete ban on disposable vapes, believing that this is the best way to solve the problem.


  1. Belgian Public Health Minister Frank Vandenbrouck announced at the plenary meeting that he plans to ban the sale of disposable vapesproducts from 2025.


  1. International tobacco companies, including British American Tobacco (BAT), are selling pods made with nicotine-infused substances such as rooibos tea in response to the EU’s upcoming ban on flavored heated tobacco products.


  1. The market management department of Bac Ninh City in Vietnam discovered 100,000 disposable vapesin a company’s warehouse, covering brands such as EB CREATE and LOST VAPE.


  1. The Australian Vaping Association’s survey report pointed out that only 4% of Australians are satisfied with the existing e-cigarette regulatory policies, and 64% believe that the government has done a poor job in regulating nicotine e-cigarettes.