VAP'BREVES: The news of Monday 22 February 2018
VAP'BREVES: The news of Monday 22 February 2018

VAP'BREVES: The news of Monday 22 February 2018

Vap'Breves offers you your flash e-cigarette news for the 22 Monday 2018 Monday. (Update the news to 06h50).


FRANCE: THE NARBONNAIS CDA TAKES THE WAVE OF E-LIQUID


« E-liquid represents 30% of our turnover", Says Dominique Chabot, co-managing with his accomplice Pascal Delrieu Narbonne CDA (21 million euros turnover in 2017). Engaged ten years ago, the non-viticulture diversification strategy of this labeling and filling machine manufacturer has been right with the "vape". (See the article)


CANADA: TOBACCO CONTROL, EXPERTS MEETING IN OTTAWA


More than twenty smoking cessation experts gathered at the Shaw Center on Friday and Saturday to discuss tobacco control, innovations and the success of a technique developed by the Institute of Tobacco Control. University of Ottawa cardiology, now known as the Ottawa Model for Smoking Cessation (MOAT). (See the article)


BELGIUM: MINISTER GEENS BANS E-CIGARETTE IN PRISON


What do we do in prisons to reduce tobacco consumption? Nothing! In any case, Justice Minister Koen Geens strongly opposes the e-cigarette in penitentiary institutions. For two reasons, rather surprising ... (See the article)


GREECE: WITH THE CRISIS, THE CONSUMPTION OF TOBACCO FALLS!


The Greeks do not smoke as much as before. In five years, tobacco consumption has dropped dramatically, in the midst of an endemic crisis (See the article)

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