Malaysia’s e-cig sellers looking forward to the prospect of legality and taxation

The Malaysian government looks set to impose a lower rate of excise duty than previously proposed on nicotine e-liquids and related products as it embarks on a plan to provide the e-cigarette industry with the regulation many within it have been crying out for.

“The reduced tax amount can be seen as a way to encourage the industry, which is long overdue for regulation,” one vape retailer told ECigIntelligence.

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