Freddie Dawson || 11th July 2014 || News analysis || Regulation and Legislation | Geographies: Australasia Australia
An Australian e-cigarette retailer is attempting to crowd-fund an appeal after a court ruled that the e-cigarettes the company sold resembled conventional cigarettes – violating Australia’s Tobacco Products Control Act of 2006.
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