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VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news of Wednesday 4 September 2019.

VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news of Wednesday 4 September 2019.

Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for Wednesday 4 September 2019. (Update the news at 10h43)


FRANCE: THE ELECTRONIC CIGARETTE REFUNDED?


Tobacco is a danger at the health and social cost estimated for France at 120 billion euros. Its use involves a fatal risk, however avoidable. One in two regular smokers dies prematurely from their smoking ... (See article)


JAPAN: JAPAN TOBACCO EXPECTS SEVERE CUTS IN HIS WORKFORCE!


The current world number three in cigarettes, Japan Tobacco, is planning a major reorganization of its administrative functions (excluding Japan) which should affect 3720 employees, or 6% of its total workforce, a spokesperson confirmed to AFP on Tuesday. of the group. (See article)


CANADA: DOCTORS ARE NOT PREPARED TO SPEAK ALTERNATIVE TO SMOKERS!


Canadian physicians appear ill-prepared when it comes to discussing the various alternative solutions available to help smokers quit, according to a survey conducted for the Consumers Association of Canada. Canada by Research Co. Only 25% of 456 physicians surveyed recommended electronic nicotine inhalers in the past year, although 63% believe they are safer than cigarettes. (See article)


JAPAN: JUUL LABS WANTS TO TACKLE THE ASIAN MARKET!


Juul Labs Inc, the e-cigarette pioneer with negative publicity and government repression in the United States, is taking a close look at Asia, home to half of all smokers. (See article)

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