MEVTA and MRECA also said the Government should develop a regulatory framework for the vape industry which has been delayed for so long and differentiate regulations for the vape industry from cigarettes.
In the same market survey, two-thirds of the respondents acknowledged that vaping has helped them either quit smoking entirely or reduce their consumption of smoking cigarettes.
A ban on the sale and the use of vape will negatively impact the local vape industry says industry associations today adding that different regulations are needed
The ban will certainly have a negative impact on the businesses and governments need to look at the impact more broadly, says Hong Chee Meng, President of FSGMAM
KUALA LUMPUR, 10 JUNE 2022 – The proposed plan by the Ministry of Health (MOH) Malaysia to ban the sales of cigarettes and vaping products to those born after 2005 will set a dangerous precedence that will impact the national economy and jobs, if this law is passed. R. Paneir Selvam,