Malaysian vape industry content with tax exemption now craving clear regulation

Malaysian vape industry players have welcomed nicotine exemptions for easier manufacturing of products but are more eager for a clear regulatory framework.

The president of the Malaysian Organisation of Vape Entities told ECigIntelligence that it was no surprise to businesses when nicotine-containing e-liquids were specifically exempted from the Poison Act 1952, which includes nicotine as a controlled substance.

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