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Malaysia's three departments join forces to regulate the e-cigarette market (graphic)After nearly a year, the National Fatwa Committee of Malaysia determined that vaping is prohibited in Islam, and the government decided to start regulating the e-cigarette market. Since December 29, 2016, three government departments are responsible for regulating and supervising the use of e-cigarettes across the country. In addition to the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Domestic Trade and the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) will jointly complete this task: Ministry of Health: monitor the sales of nicotine-containing e-liquid, health impact research; MOSTI: (through the Malaysian Ministry of Standards) formulate e-cigarettes and batteries Standards and standards for the packaging of nicotine-free e-liquid; Ministry of Domestic Trade: monitors and enforces safety standards for e-cigarettes and batteries; monitors and enforces hardware and relevant laws on the labeling of nicotine-free e-liquid. A two-year transitional period. In the next two years, a draft to replace the 2004 Tobacco Control Regulations is expected to be issued by the Ministry of Health, and the Ministry of Domestic Trade will also issue regulations on e-cigarettes. During this transitional period, the sales of e-cigarettes and vaping products will be authorized and regulated by the current revised law. The market will be separately observed by the Ministry of Domestic Trade and the Ministry of Health to study its regulatory mechanism and health impact. Malaysia is a country where the vaping industry is booming. It is estimated that among Malaysia鈥檚 total population of 30 million, there are between 400,000 and 1.25 million e-cigarette smokers. Some people think that Malaysia is already the second largest e-cigarette market after the United States, and Malaysian e-liquid is very popular abroad. However, a series of anti-vaping measures have greatly hurt the vitality of the market within a few months.

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After nearly a year, the National Fatwa Committee of Malaysia determined that vaping is prohibited in Islam, and the government decided to start regulating the e-cigarette market. Since December 29, 2016, three government departments are responsible for regulating and supervising the use of e-cigarettes across the country. In addition to the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Domestic Trade and the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) will jointly complete this task: Ministry of Health: monitor the sales of nicotine-containing e-liquid, health impact research; MOSTI: (through the Malaysian Ministry of Standards) formulate e-cigarettes and batteries Standards and standards for the packaging of nicotine-free e-liquid; Ministry of Domestic Trade: monitors and enforces safety standards for e-cigarettes and batteries; monitors and enforces hardware and relevant laws on the labeling of nicotine-free e-liquid. A two-year transitional period. In the next two years, a draft to replace the 2004 Tobacco Control Regulations is expected to be issued by the Ministry of Health, and the Ministry of Domestic Trade will also issue regulations on e-cigarettes. During this transitional period, the sales of e-cigarettes and vaping products will be authorized and regulated by the current revised law. The market will be separately observed by the Ministry of Domestic Trade and the Ministry of Health to study its regulatory mechanism and health impact. Malaysia is a country where the vaping industry is booming. It is estimated that among Malaysia鈥檚 total population of 30 million, there are between 400,000 and 1.25 million e-cigarette smokers. Some people think that Malaysia is already the second largest e-cigarette market after the United States, and Malaysian e-liquid is very popular abroad. However, a series of anti-vaping measures have greatly hurt the vitality of the market within a few months.

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After nearly a year, the National Fatwa Committee of Malaysia determined that vaping is prohibited in Islam, and the government decided to start regulating the e-cigarette market. Since December 29, 2016, three government departments are responsible for regulating and supervising the use of e-cigarettes across the country. In addition to the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Domestic Trade and the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) will jointly complete this task: Ministry of Health: monitor the sales of nicotine-containing e-liquid, health impact research; MOSTI: (through the Malaysian Ministry of Standards) formulate e-cigarettes and batteries Standards and standards for the packaging of nicotine-free e-liquid; Ministry of Domestic Trade: monitors and enforces safety standards for e-cigarettes and batteries; monitors and enforces hardware and relevant laws on the labeling of nicotine-free e-liquid. A two-year transitional period. In the next two years, a draft to replace the 2004 Tobacco Control Regulations is expected to be issued by the Ministry of Health, and the Ministry of Domestic Trade will also issue regulations on e-cigarettes. During this transitional period, the sales of e-cigarettes and vaping products will be authorized and regulated by the current revised law. The market will be separately observed by the Ministry of Domestic Trade and the Ministry of Health to study its regulatory mechanism and health impact. Malaysia is a country where the vaping industry is booming. It is estimated that among Malaysia鈥檚 total population of 30 million, there are between 400,000 and 1.25 million e-cigarette smokers. Some people think that Malaysia is already the second largest e-cigarette market after the United States, and Malaysian e-liquid is very popular abroad. However, a series of anti-vaping measures have greatly hurt the vitality of the market within a few months.

Malaysia's three departments join forces to regulate the e-cigarette market (graphic)

Malaysia's three departments join forces to regulate the e-cigarette market (graphic)

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After nearly a year, the National Fatwa Committee of Malaysia determined that vaping is prohibited in Islam, and the government decided to start regulating the e-cigarette market. Since December 29, 2016, three government departments are responsible for regulating and supervising the use of e-cigarettes across the country. In addition to the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Domestic Trade and the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) will jointly complete this task: Ministry of Health: monitor the sales of nicotine-containing e-liquid, health impact research; MOSTI: (through the Malaysian Ministry of Standards) formulate e-cigarettes and batteries Standards and standards for the packaging of nicotine-free e-liquid; Ministry of Domestic Trade: monitors and enforces safety standards for e-cigarettes and batteries; monitors and enforces hardware and relevant laws on the labeling of nicotine-free e-liquid. A two-year transitional period. In the next two years, a draft to replace the 2004 Tobacco Control Regulations is expected to be issued by the Ministry of Health, and the Ministry of Domestic Trade will also issue regulations on e-cigarettes. During this transitional period, the sales of e-cigarettes and vaping products will be authorized and regulated by the current revised law. The market will be separately observed by the Ministry of Domestic Trade and the Ministry of Health to study its regulatory mechanism and health impact. Malaysia is a country where the vaping industry is booming. It is estimated that among Malaysia鈥檚 total population of 30 million, there are between 400,000 and 1.25 million e-cigarette smokers. Some people think that Malaysia is already the second largest e-cigarette market after the United States, and Malaysian e-liquid is very popular abroad. However, a series of anti-vaping measures have greatly hurt the vitality of the market within a few months.

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Malaysia's three departments join forces to regulate the e-cigarette market (graphic)

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