India’s Government Announces Ban On E-Cigarette Products In Effort To Protect Youth Health

NPR: India Announces Widespread Ban Of E-Cigarettes
“The Indian government announced Wednesday a sweeping ban on electronic cigarette products. The decision was made with the intention of protecting young people from becoming addicted to nicotine. The Cabinet approved the ordinance, which prohibits the manufacture, sale, storage, and advertisement of all e-cigarette products…” (Zialcita/Frayer, 9/18).

Additional coverage of India’s ban on e-cigarettes is available from BBC, Bloomberg, CNN, and Reuters.

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