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Factbox: India, South Korea latest to take steps on e-cigarettes
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20 September 2019
On 20 September 2019 Reuters reported:
South Korea and India this week were the latest countries after Brazil and Thailand to ban or warn about the sale of e-cigarettes, the latest global blows to a vaping industry under pressure over growing health concerns. The Indian ban, which also covers the production, import, and advertising of e-cigarettes, cuts off a huge future market from e-cigarette makers at a time when the number of people smoking worldwide is declining.
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