Protecting China's minors: Calls to tighten regulations for e-cigarette vendors

China is the world's largest producer and consumer of tobacco, with more than 300 million smokers in China. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION: PIXABAY
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BEIJING - E-cigarette vendors in China have breached the law by selling to underage customers, and hawking their wares on social media platforms despite a ban on the online sale of tobacco products.

Convenient shops around schools are also peddling e-cigarettes to students.

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