Tighter regulations and flavour ban impact Chinese vape companies.

By Mark Andrews


Tighter regulations and flavour ban impact Chinese vape companies.

The number of companies involved in the Chinese vaping market may be far lower than previously thought.

Though it is often suggested that 100,000 businesses in China are involved with e-cigarettes, new regulations that came into force last year may have led to some leaving the market, and others may never have been active at all.

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