Three Chinese governmental bodies released a joint announcement on October 25 regarding new consumption taxes for e-cigarettes, which will be implemented from November 1, 2022.
On August 4, BYD Electronics announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary BYD Precision Manufacturing has obtained a tobacco production enterprise license issued by China's State Tobacco Monopoly Administration.
Chinese battery company EVE Energy plans to sign an agreement with the management committee of Yuxi High-Tech District in Yunnan Province on matters related to the company's investment in local lithium battery production projects.
The official website of China's State Tobacco Monopoly Administration issued a number of documents on April 15, stipulating guidelines for the production, wholesale, retail and traceability of electronic cigarettes.
China's market regulator recently approved mandatory national standards for e-cigarettes that will become effective on October 1, 2022.
On Thursday, Alibaba International Station announced that it will ban the sale of e-cigarettes starting May 1, 2022.
Under strict new regulation issued on March 11, many brands of electronic cigarettes and vaporizers with fruit flavors have seen prices increase by up to 20-30 yuan ($3.14-$4.72).
China's vaping and e-cigarettes industry witnessed two critical developments on Friday. New detailed regulations and draft of "Chinese E-Cigarette National Standards" were published.
On Thursday, an online recruitment poster circulated on Chinese social media showing that Skyworth Health released three job postings while emphasizing experience in the e-cigarette industry.
Chinese authorities, including the Ministry of Public Security, have jointly launched a campaign to crack down on the selling of electronic cigarettes to minors and other related activities.
The world’s leading producer of vaping products, Shenzhen-based SMOORE, on Tuesday held a livestream event during which it unveiled progress made recently in the realm of e-cigarette technology.
RELX Technology announced that its board of directors had authorized a stock repurchase program, according to which the company can repurchase up to $500 million of shares.
A group of Chinese government bodies on Tuesday afternoon released comprehensive draft standards for vaping and e-cigarettes.
Atomization technology is enabled by liquid-vaporizing coils, such as this ceramic model developed by FEELM, a tech brand belonging to global vaping industry leader SMOORE.
On the evening of November 26, China amended its tobacco monopoly law to include e-cigarettes, stepping up regulation of the fast-growing vaping industry in the world's largest tobacco market.
Xinhua News Agency, an official media of Chinese government, on Wednesday issued a document highlighting the necessity to prohibit e-cigarettes from being used by minors.
Chinese government authorities on March 22 suggested that the country’s tobacco industry regulations might also be applied to e-cigarettes and vaping products.
Chinese e-cigarette company RELX Technology on Jan. 22 was officially listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the symbol “RLX”, becoming the first Chinese e-cigarette brand to start public trading.
Luo Yonghao, founder of the niche smartphone brand Smartisan, is suddenly back in the public eye.
On August 28, 2018, the State Administration for Market Regulation and the State Tobacco Monopoly Bureau issued a circular essentially banning the sale of electronic cigarettes to minors in China.