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30th April 2020 | Business briefing |

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Juul suspends all sales in Indonesia, faces probe by coalition of US states

27th February 2020 | Business briefing |

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Less than a year after launching in the country, Juul Labs is stopping selling all its products in Indonesia while it puts new measures in place to combat under-age purchases. Juul also faces further legal action in the US

US lung disease outbreak: how far, if at all, is vaping really to blame?

22nd August 2019 | Business briefing |

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News that an unexplained lung condition affecting more than 100 Americans is being linked to vaping could hardly have come at a worse time for the beleaguered e-cig sector

Totally Wicked opts to stay in US after FDA postponement

4th December 2017 | Business briefing |

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Totally Wicked has decided to not close its business in the US, following the US Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) decision to postpone important compliance deadlines.

ECIG abandons NASDAQ IPO, citing market conditions

18th December 2014 | Business briefing |

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Electronic Cigarettes International Group (ECIG) has withdrawn its application for an initial public offering (IPO) on the U.S. NASDAQ stock exchange, but kept the door open for a private offering in the future.