Hong Kong considers lifting ban on e-cigarettes

Hong Kong considers lifting ban on e-cigarettes
Hong Kong may lift export ban on e-cigarettes and heated tobacco products to boost annual billions of dollars of trade.

In recent days, the South China Morning Post has reported that Hong Kong may lift its ban on the re-export of electronic cigarettes and heated tobacco products. The information was provided by an anonymous source.

In April of this year, Hong Kong banned the sales, manufacturing, and trade of alternative smoking products.

According to reports, authorities in Hong Kong are currently considering amending laws that focus on the billions of dollars of funds generated annually through trade.

Hong Kong is situated adjacent to Shenzhen, which is the world's largest manufacturing center for steam equipment.


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