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VAP'BREVES: The vape news of Monday, May 21, 2018.

VAP'BREVES: The vape news of Monday, May 21, 2018.

Vap'Breves offers you your flash news of the vape for Monday 21 May 2018 day. (Update the news at 09h44.)


CANADA: REGULATION? AN OBSTACLE FOR RISK REDUCTION


For people to switch from tobacco to vaping successfully, they need a space to try the products. Not everyone is enthusiastic about the new vaping regulations due in early July. (See article)


AUSTRALIA: VAPE DOES NOT ENCOURAGE YOUNG PEOPLE TO SWITCH TO SMOKING!


After the legalization of the use of e-cigarettes in New Zealand, a UNSW researcher disputes one of the main arguments for the ban on vaping in Australia: The so-called "bridging effect" to smoking among youth (See article)


CHINA: BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO INVESTS IN RESEARCH!


British American Tobacco made its first investments in China in order to intensify the search for advanced technologies that could help it reduce its dependence on cigarettes and other traditional tobacco products. (See article)

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