E-cigarettes banned in India

E-cigarettes banned in India

The expansion plans of Juul Labs and Philip Morris International in India were brought to an end on Wednesday when the production, import and sale of e-cigarettes was banned in India. The ban includes up to three years of jail terms for offenders. The ban was imposed so as to ensure that e-cigarettes do not become an ’epidemic’ among the youth of the country.

Scott
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porcus
porcus 5 months

Yes, but why should the US? Are you arguing that because India did that is sufficient reason for the US?

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