Vap'brèves offers you your flash e-cigarette news for the 12-13 November 2016 Weekend. (Update the news to 08h30).
CHINA: SHANGHAI TIGHTS TOBACCO CONTROL
Shanghai will apply stricter rules on tobacco control, banning smoking in all indoor public places, workplaces and public transport, starting in March 2017. (See article)
USA: TOTALLY WICKED THREATENING TO LEAVE THE COUNTRY
Totally Wicked, which arrived in the United States in 2008, has just announced that their American branch will have to close in the summer of 2018 if the United States Congress does not look at the regulations imposed by the FDA and does not lighten it. (See article)
SWEDEN: THE ROLE OF SNUS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST TOBACCO
There have been concerns that the availability of new, less harmful forms of nicotine may inhibit smoking cessation and / or encourage those who have not smoked to fall into the habit of smoking. The plausibility of these effects can be best assessed by examining demographic trends in smoking versus alternatives. This article examines the relationship between snus use and smoking in Sweden. (See article)
INDIA: A RETURN ON COP7 IN NEW DELHI
It was a hectic week. COP sessions are always intense and tiring, with times when it seems parties will never be able to reach consensus. But this time around it was really different, with unusually difficult agreement on a number of issues. (See article)
UNITED STATES: RJ REYNOLDS IMPOSES CIGALIKE IN 25 000 SHOP
RJ Reynolds Vapor Co, a subsidiary of Reynolds American Inc, will be rolling out its “Vuse Solo” cigalike in 25 stores by the end of the month. (See article)
CANADA: TOBACCO SMOKE INFILTRATIONS, A PROBLEM IN RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS.
The Association for the rights of non-smokers (ADNF) and the Regroupement des managers et des co-owners du Québec de la région de Québec (RGCQ) are today releasing the results of a survey conducted by the firm Ipsos on the problem. second-hand tobacco smoke (SSF) infiltration in condominiums and dwellings in residential buildings in Quebec. (See article)