When the e-cigarette arrived at the 315 party, the owner of the e-cigarette line store in Beijing, surnamed li, breathed a sigh of relief.
Lee told deep network that on the morning of March 15, there had been word that it might be named 315.The biggest area of concern for several shop owners in the industry is the eligibility of e-cigarettes, which they believe could destroy the industry cool water pipes from now on.But while the 315 party report focuses only on the fact that e-cigarettes are also harmful to humans, consumers should not fall into another consumer misunderstanding. In an attempt to catch up with fashion, lee's e-cigarette group WeChat applauded, saying it had crossed a boundary..
On the morning of March 16, shenzhen.com visited a number of physical e-cigarette shops in Beijing, and the owners basically said they were not affected.Some power users also worried that they wouldn't be able to buy smoke flares and contacted him at the 315 party to place orders, lee said.
Instead, the first to give feedback is the e-commerce platform.According to the glass pipes observation of "deep network", after the broadcast of 315 e-cigarettes, suning, Tmall, jd and other e-commerce platforms basically couldn't find the key word "e-branch".But like the unaffected offline stores, most e-commerce platforms lifted the ban on "e-cigarettes" on March 16.
An e-cigarette taobao owner told shenzhen that the platform now has no power to stop the sale of legal e-cigarettes."The ban that night didn't have a real impact on sales," one e-cigarette taobao owner told shenzhen.
The concerns about eligibility regulation are not surprising.In the United States, when e-cigarettes were added to the food and drug administration (FDA), every flavor of e-cigarette had to be approved by the FDA before it could be sold in the market, but in the country, the regulation of e-cigarettes remained almost blank.The traditional tobacco industry has long established a national monopoly, but most of the country's start-ups do not belong to the category of traditional tobacco.In 2016, China national tobacco corp tried to include e-cigarettes containing soot in its monopoly, but was overruled by the supreme law.
In August 2018, the state administration for market supervision and the state tobacco monopoly administration issued a circular banning the sale of e-cigarettes to minors.
Lee and other e-cigarette practitioners like these rules, "e-cigarettes will be defined as consumer products, tobacco derivatives, and even medical AIDS that will determine the future of e-cigarettes.
It's hard for e-cigarette practitioners to give up on this huge market until the regulatory oil rigs blade swings."According to the data, the current number of smokers in China is 350 million.Based on the proportion of e-cigarettes consumed in some developed countries in Europe and the United States (about 30 percent), the e-cigarette market will exceed 100 million people (currently only about 1 percent in China).What's more, many new smokers tend to opt directly for e-cigarettes rather than traditional cigarettes, which means the e-cigarette market is bigger than expected.
Only a handful of people remain awake, and suning's "e-cigarettes" still show a shortage as many e-commerce platforms resume using them online.Tiantu capital partner feng weidong publicly worried about the media.Throwing e-cigarettes doesn't quite fit our concept, it's not a positive and positive thing."Xiaomi can't make e-cigarettes. It's just a rumor," xiaomi said in a quick response to the news that xiaomi eco-chain is about to enter the e-cigarette space..
But for now, it is impossible to stop the gold rush."But in any case, smoking is never a good thing," wei wubo, a media personality, wrote in the article.What is the value of an investment firm before it hopes to make that kind of money?
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