Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for 12 March 2019 Tuesday. (Update the news at 11h29)
FRANCE: A PRO-VAPE LOBBYIST FOR THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH?
At the end of February, Jeanne Bariller joined the communication team of the Ministry of Health. Ex-consulting director at the consulting / corporate communication division of the Havas Paris agency, but also former collaborator of Xavier Bertrand, Jeanne Bariller is also distinguished by her stances in favor of the electronic cigarette. A clue to the future position of the government in this area? (See the article)
UNITED STATES: VAPE TAX TO STRENGTHEN FDA?
The e-cigarette sector may have to pay 100 million dollars a year in taxes as part of the Trump administration's draft budget released on Monday. The funds would be used to strengthen regulatory oversight by the Food and Drug Administration. (See the article)
SOUTH KOREA: JUUL WANTS TO GO BACK ON THE KOREAN MARKET!
US electronics maker Juul Labs Inc. is expected to enter the South Korean market in the first half of the year, the company said on Tuesday. The San Francisco-based company launched the Juul brand of electronic cigarettes in 2017 in the United States. Its market share in the United States was 72% in September 2018. (See the article)
SWITZERLAND: CIGARETTES TODAY ... AND TOMORROW?
One person per hour This is the rate at which smoking kills in Switzerland. For the past ten years, alternatives to nicotine consumption have existed. Methods with little known effects, which develop in a legal framework under construction. (See the article)