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BAT abandons nicotine inhalers and focuses on vaping (graphic)British American Tobacco (BAT) (BATS.L) has abandoned plans to launch nicotine inhalers, and it is working on consumer products, such as e-cigarettes, rather than health products. The decision was made after the commercial launch of the inhaler Voke was delayed due to manufacturing issues. Voke is a product developed in cooperation between BAT and its original developer Kind Consumer. As the first e-cigarette-like product, it has been approved by the British drug regulatory agency and has become a medical prescription for people trying to quit smoking. BAT is the world鈥檚 second-largest international tobacco company. It said on Thursday that it will transfer manufacturing, intellectual property and proprietary technology assets to Kind Consumer, which will license the product as a deferred contingent fee. Return. Financial details were not disclosed. Kind Consumer said in a statement that it will seek a new global partner, or possibly several regional partners, to accelerate sales of nicotine inhalers this year. Consort Medical (CSRT.L), a supplier of inhalers, said on Tuesday that BAT had terminated the supply agreement after the product failed to launch in 2016, but said it was still in discussions with BAT and Kind on the product's future. BAT is negotiating to acquire American peer Reynolds America Inc. (RAI.N) for US$47 billion. It said its next-generation product strategy will focus on Vype e-cigarettes and glo tobacco heating products. Voke uses liquid nicotine like e-cigarettes, but does not use batteries to heat it into steam like e-cigarettes.

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British American Tobacco (BAT) (BATS.L) has abandoned plans to launch nicotine inhalers, and it is working on consumer products, such as e-cigarettes, rather than health products. The decision was made after the commercial launch of the inhaler Voke was delayed due to manufacturing issues. Voke is a product developed in cooperation between BAT and its original developer Kind Consumer. As the first e-cigarette-like product, it has been approved by the British drug regulatory agency and has become a medical prescription for people trying to quit smoking. BAT is the world鈥檚 second-largest international tobacco company. It said on Thursday that it will transfer manufacturing, intellectual property and proprietary technology assets to Kind Consumer, which will license the product as a deferred contingent fee. Return. Financial details were not disclosed. Kind Consumer said in a statement that it will seek a new global partner, or possibly several regional partners, to accelerate sales of nicotine inhalers this year. Consort Medical (CSRT.L), a supplier of inhalers, said on Tuesday that BAT had terminated the supply agreement after the product failed to launch in 2016, but said it was still in discussions with BAT and Kind on the product's future. BAT is negotiating to acquire American peer Reynolds America Inc. (RAI.N) for US$47 billion. It said its next-generation product strategy will focus on Vype e-cigarettes and glo tobacco heating products. Voke uses liquid nicotine like e-cigarettes, but does not use batteries to heat it into steam like e-cigarettes.

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British American Tobacco (BAT) (BATS.L) has abandoned plans to launch nicotine inhalers, and it is working on consumer products, such as e-cigarettes, rather than health products. The decision was made after the commercial launch of the inhaler Voke was delayed due to manufacturing issues. Voke is a product developed in cooperation between BAT and its original developer Kind Consumer. As the first e-cigarette-like product, it has been approved by the British drug regulatory agency and has become a medical prescription for people trying to quit smoking. BAT is the world鈥檚 second-largest international tobacco company. It said on Thursday that it will transfer manufacturing, intellectual property and proprietary technology assets to Kind Consumer, which will license the product as a deferred contingent fee. Return. Financial details were not disclosed. Kind Consumer said in a statement that it will seek a new global partner, or possibly several regional partners, to accelerate sales of nicotine inhalers this year. Consort Medical (CSRT.L), a supplier of inhalers, said on Tuesday that BAT had terminated the supply agreement after the product failed to launch in 2016, but said it was still in discussions with BAT and Kind on the product's future. BAT is negotiating to acquire American peer Reynolds America Inc. (RAI.N) for US$47 billion. It said its next-generation product strategy will focus on Vype e-cigarettes and glo tobacco heating products. Voke uses liquid nicotine like e-cigarettes, but does not use batteries to heat it into steam like e-cigarettes.

British American Tobacco (BAT) (BATS.L) has abandoned plans to launch nicotine inhalers, and it is working on consumer products, such as e-cigarettes, rather than health products. The decision was made after the commercial launch of the inhaler Voke was delayed due to manufacturing issues. Voke is a product developed in cooperation between BAT and its original developer Kind Consumer. As the first e-cigarette-like product, it has been approved by the British drug regulatory agency and has become a medical prescription for people trying to quit smoking. BAT is the world鈥檚 second-largest international tobacco company. It said on Thursday that it will transfer manufacturing, intellectual property and proprietary technology assets to Kind Consumer, which will license the product as a deferred contingent fee. Return. Financial details were not disclosed. Kind Consumer said in a statement that it will seek a new global partner, or possibly several regional partners, to accelerate sales of nicotine inhalers this year. Consort Medical (CSRT.L), a supplier of inhalers, said on Tuesday that BAT had terminated the supply agreement after the product failed to launch in 2016, but said it was still in discussions with BAT and Kind on the product's future. BAT is negotiating to acquire American peer Reynolds America Inc. (RAI.N) for US$47 billion. It said its next-generation product strategy will focus on Vype e-cigarettes and glo tobacco heating products. Voke uses liquid nicotine like e-cigarettes, but does not use batteries to heat it into steam like e-cigarettes.

British American Tobacco (BAT) (BATS.L) has abandoned plans to launch nicotine inhalers, and it is working on consumer products, such as e-cigarettes, rather than health products. The decision was made after the commercial launch of the inhaler Voke was delayed due to manufacturing issues. Voke is a product developed in cooperation between BAT and its original developer Kind Consumer. As the first e-cigarette-like product, it has been approved by the British drug regulatory agency and has become a medical prescription for people trying to quit smoking. BAT is the world鈥檚 second-largest international tobacco company. It said on Thursday that it will transfer manufacturing, intellectual property and proprietary technology assets to Kind Consumer, which will license the product as a deferred contingent fee. Return. Financial details were not disclosed. Kind Consumer said in a statement that it will seek a new global partner, or possibly several regional partners, to accelerate sales of nicotine inhalers this year. Consort Medical (CSRT.L), a supplier of inhalers, said on Tuesday that BAT had terminated the supply agreement after the product failed to launch in 2016, but said it was still in discussions with BAT and Kind on the product's future. BAT is negotiating to acquire American peer Reynolds America Inc. (RAI.N) for US$47 billion. It said its next-generation product strategy will focus on Vype e-cigarettes and glo tobacco heating products. Voke uses liquid nicotine like e-cigarettes, but does not use batteries to heat it into steam like e-cigarettes.

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BAT abandons nicotine inhalers and focuses on vaping (graphic)

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British American Tobacco (BAT) (BATS.L) has abandoned plans to launch nicotine inhalers, and it is working on consumer products, such as e-cigarettes, rather than health products. The decision was made after the commercial launch of the inhaler Voke was delayed due to manufacturing issues. Voke is a product developed in cooperation between BAT and its original developer Kind Consumer. As the first e-cigarette-like product, it has been approved by the British drug regulatory agency and has become a medical prescription for people trying to quit smoking. BAT is the world鈥檚 second-largest international tobacco company. It said on Thursday that it will transfer manufacturing, intellectual property and proprietary technology assets to Kind Consumer, which will license the product as a deferred contingent fee. Return. Financial details were not disclosed. Kind Consumer said in a statement that it will seek a new global partner, or possibly several regional partners, to accelerate sales of nicotine inhalers this year. Consort Medical (CSRT.L), a supplier of inhalers, said on Tuesday that BAT had terminated the supply agreement after the product failed to launch in 2016, but said it was still in discussions with BAT and Kind on the product's future. BAT is negotiating to acquire American peer Reynolds America Inc. (RAI.N) for US$47 billion. It said its next-generation product strategy will focus on Vype e-cigarettes and glo tobacco heating products. Voke uses liquid nicotine like e-cigarettes, but does not use batteries to heat it into steam like e-cigarettes.

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