Month: July 2021

Bloomberg-Funded WHO Report Doubles Down Against Vaping

vaping360 In what is almost certainly a preview of policies that will be urged at the fall meeting of the World Health Organization’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC), the WHO has issued a report on “new and emerging” tobacco and nicotine product use that encourages countries to adopt harsh anti-vaping and anti-harm reduction positions. …

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TED: The EU Excise Duty That Taxes Nicotine-Free Vapes in The Same Way as Cigarettes

vapingpost Currently, the “tobacco” tax situation in the EU remains fragmented, as different member states have imposed different tax rates on different products. In February 2020, the executive published a report suggesting that this lack of uniformity is a source of concern from the internal market perspective. Although electronic products are regulated under the Tobacco …

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Hundreds of Vape Companies Urge FedEx to Reverse Shipping Ban

vaping360 Owners of more than 400 independent vaping businesses have signed a letter urging FedEx to reconsider its decision to prohibit shipping of vaping products. The signers include e-liquid manufacturers, vape product distributors, and vape shops of every size. With a final Postal Service rule that will ban U.S. Mail delivery of vaping products due …

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Germany Passes E-Liquid Tax as EU Decision Looms

vaping360 German vapers will pay more for e-liquid beginning next year after legislators approved a tax that will apply to both nicotine-containing and nicotine-free e-juice. The Tobacco Tax Modernization Act passed the Bundestag (the lower house of parliament) June 11, and was approved by the Bundesrat (the upper house, or “federal council”) on June 25.  …

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