How do you view Hong Kong's total ban on e-cigarettes?

The recent wave of man-made air outlets in China is so hot that all kinds of news are coming out.

The domestic media have little knowledge of this brand new industry, and the news from foreign media is thrown into China without understanding or studying it. It is not excluded that the power of sitting still is pushing behind silently.

Hong Kong, like Japan, has not allowed the sale of nicotine-containing e-cigarettes. It's been like this for the last few years.

Why is it suddenly in the news now? The news is more about the heat-not-burn category (that is, tobacco products, which China also doesn't allow to import), and more specifically about iQOS. Hong Kong is discussing not allowing the sale of heating and combustion products and not allowing FMO International to bring iQOS into Hong Kong.

Most developed countries, such as the United States and Europe, allow or even encourage the sale of e-cigarettes.

In these markets, the heat-not-burn iQOS product is virtually zero (remember, these are the markets where the parent company behind the new heat-not-burn tobacco is based, so why not sell it in this country?). IQOS heating does not burn in the Japanese and South Korean market began (why to choose the Japanese and South Korean market for many reasons not to elaborate), after Japan and South Korea sporadic started some Eastern European Russian market.

All these markets have either banned the sale of nicotine-containing e-cigarettes or imposed high taxes on nicotine-containing e-cigarettes.

Because of its natural relationship, Hong Kong can touch the nerves of China more.

The stroke of genius.

Also, Hong Kong failed to pass the bill.

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