The e-cigarette industry is undergoing significant changes. And it stretches beyond the U.S. FDA deeming regulations as well as the EU TPD - although it includes those too.
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The U.S.A. government's Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is starting to clamp down on American suppliers that imply any kind of FDA approval for e-cig products.
Multiple countries are looking to base e-cigarette regulation off existing laws for tobacco. What effect will this have on the sector?
Vapers are not included in a a new anti-tobacco initiative in the UK town of Bristol. What could this mean for e-cigarettes?
ECigIntellignce manufacturers could make significantly better products if they paid more attention to product design details in all aspects of production.
Mom and pop e-liquid manufacturers may not be ready for the paperwork burden that will come with Food and Drug Administration (FDA) redtape once deeming regulations are implemented.