VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news of Friday 13 September 2019.

VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news of Friday 13 September 2019.

Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for 13 September 2019 Friday. (Update the news at 08h45)


FRANCE: FOR PR DAUTZENBERG, "E-CIGARETTE IS INNOCENT! "


For him, there is no question of banning an alternative to tobacco. Professor Bertrand Dautzenberg spoke Thursday at the microphone of Europe 1 against the Donald Trump project to prevent the sale of flavored electronic cigarettes, responsible according to the US health authorities of a true epidemic, especially among adolescents. This pulmonologist and tobacco expert believes that "the electronic cigarette is innocent" unlike inhalants. (See the article)


UNITED STATES: FOR TRUMP, "THE E-CIGARETTE HAS NOTHING GREAT"


"This is not great, it creates a lot of problems." That's what Donald Trump said about the e-cigarette Wednesday 11 September. He announced in the wake that all flavored liquids, with the exception of tobacco flavor, would be banned soon in his country. (See the article)


UNITED STATES: BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO WILL REMOVE 2300 POSTS!


British Tobacco Co. (BAT), the world's second largest tobacco company, announced on Thursday that it plans to cut 2.300 jobs worldwide, or about 4% of its workforce, by January, as the British group wants to focus on news smoking ways, such as electronic cigarettes. (See the article)


CANADA: HEALTH CANADA DOES NOT WANT TO LAUNCH IN THE WAR AT E-CIGARETTES!


In the wake of the US administration's decision to declare war on flavored electronic cigarettes, federal party leaders have all said it would be too early to do the same in Canada. (See the article)


UNITED STATES: PARTISANS WISH FOR THE PROHIBITION OF THE VAPE IN MICHIGAN


Pro-vape supporters are concerned that Michigan's proposed ban on nicotine-flavored electronics will take adult smokers back to conventional cigarettes. (See the article)


USA: NEW JERSEY LAUNCHES WORKING GROUP ON E-CIGARETTE


New Jersey lawmakers joined federal and US officials on Thursday to take a closer look at e-cigarette regulations. This decision follows the many serious pulmonary diseases related to "vaping". (See the article)

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