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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, “THE E-CIGARETTE IS INNOCENT! "


For him, no question of banning an alternative to tobacco. Professor Bertrand Dautzenberg spoke Thursday at the microphone of Europe 1 against Donald Trump's plan to prevent the sale of flavored electronic cigarettes, responsible according to the American health authorities for a real epidemic, especially among adolescents. This pulmonologist and tobacco specialist believes that "electronic cigarettes are innocent" unlike inhaled products. (See 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 article)


UNITED STATES: BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO WILL REMOVE 2300 POSTS!


British American Tobacco (BAT), world number two in tobacco, announced Thursday its intention to cut 2.300 jobs around the world, or about 4% of its workforce, by January, the British group wanting to focus its efforts on the news ways of smoking, such as electronic cigarettes. (See 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 e-cigarettes, federal party leaders have all said it would be too early to do the same in Canada. (See article)


UNITED STATES: PARTISANS CONCERNED ABOUT VAPE BAN 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 article)


UNITED STATES: NEW JERSEY LAUNCHES E-CIGARETTE WORKING GROUP


New Jersey lawmakers on Thursday joined federal and U.S. officials asking to take a closer look at e-cigarette regulations. This decision follows the many serious lung illnesses linked to “vaping”. (See article)

 

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