China Daily Asia: Black market warning over E-cig ban

(0 位用戶參與評分, 當前平均得到 0 顆星星)
會員評比: / 0
最差最好 

HONG KONG - An association of pro-e cigarette advocates is pleading to the government for regulations rather than an outright ban.

The Asian Vape Association (AVA) argue a total ban would only drive their trade into the black market and comes after the government signaled its intention to prohibit the import and sale of electronic cigarettes.

Anti-tobacco group, Council on Smoking and Health, support such a ban, noting e-cigarettes still exposed users to toxic and carcinogenic substances.

AVA chairman Nav Lalji said the ban on public health grounds would only create a black market, noting many of the world’s e-cigarettes are manufactured just north of the city in Shenzhen while similar blanket bans have given rise to underground markets in Thailand and Singapore.

AVA suggests sales of e-cigarettes be regulated and limited to those over 18 years of age, citing medical studies which claim the new form of smoking is 95 percent less harmful than conventional tobacco and served as a segue for users trying to quit.

Facebook 粉絲

網站搜尋

自訂搜尋
Copyright © 2018 好煙民大聯盟. 版權所有.
大聯盟歡迎你轉載本網站內容,但敬請事前通知.