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VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news for the 24 Weekend and 25 November 2018.

VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news for the 24 Weekend and 25 November 2018.

Vap'News offers you flash news around the e-cigarette for the 24 Weekend and 25 November 2018. (Update the news at 11h00.)


NEW ZEALAND: REINFORCED LEGISLATION ON E-CIGARET


New Zealand politicians have announced tough new rules for vaping. Electronic cigarettes could be treated more like tobacco products. (See the article)


USA: CANCER CENTER RECEIVES 1,4 MILLION DOLLARS FOR VAPE RESEARCH


In the United States, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have awarded a grant of 1,4 million dollars over three years for e-cigarette research. (See the article)


SWITZERLAND: INTERVIEW OF VAPOTAGE IN STATIONS IN JUNE 2019


As of June 2019, all stations in Switzerland will be non-smokers. Passengers wishing to smoke a cigarette will be able to do so in specially marked areas on the platforms. Including for vapers. (See the article)


FRANCE: TOBACCO, A PARALLEL MARKET WHICH LOSTS MORE THAN 3 BILLION TAX REVENUE


On the initiative of Socialist Senator Xavier Iacovelli, a round table on parallel tobacco trade was held this Friday in the Senate. A parallel trade that accounts for 25% of the national market and a shortfall for the state. (See the article)

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