We gather weekly the most important Vaping news.
WHY THERE SHOULD BE NO HARMONIZED EXCISE DUTIES ON NICOTINE-FREE E-CIGARETTES IN THE EU
Since 2016, the European Commission has been working on a revision to the Tobacco Excise Directive, the ‘TED’, the legal framework ensuring excise duties are applied in the same way, and to the same products, throughout the Single Market.
CVA: E-CIG LAWS MUST PROTECT YOUTH WHILST FULFILLING THR OBJECTIVES
In line with data from other Canadian provinces indicating that certain restrictions just led to increased smoking rates, the Canadian Vaping Association (CVA) is warning that the policy changes recommended by the QCTC would have the same dire effect.
STUDY HIGHLIGHTS THE CLEAR BENEFIT OF USING E-CIGARETTES DAILY TO QUIT SMOKING
A new study published Tuesday 10 March, No Smoking Day, from King’s College London highlights the ‘clear benefit’ of using e-cigarettes daily in order to quit smoking, and supports their effectiveness when compared to other methods of quitting, including nicotine replacement therapy or medication.
THE 3 TECHNOLOGIES THAT CHANGED VAPING AS WE KNOW IT
Vaping has already changed fundamentally several times over the little over a decade in which it has existed. What new innovations could be on the horizon?
STORY OF THE WEEK
CHINA’S POPULAR WECHAT PLATFORM KILLS OFF “COOL” SMOKING SOLDIER EMOJI
China’s popular social media and messaging app WeChat has taken down an emoji featuring a smoking soldier after a Beijing-based anti-smoking organisation campaigned for its removal from all social media platforms in the country.