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India bans e-cigarettes as global vaping backlash grows
by Agence France-Presse
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18 September 2019
On 18 September 2019 The Guardian reported:
India has announced a ban on electronic cigarettes, as a backlash gathers pace worldwide about a technology promoted as less harmful than smoking tobacco. The announcement by India on Wednesday [18 September] came a day after New York became the second US state to ban flavoured e-cigarettes following a string of vaping-linked deaths.
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