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The vape industry in Malaysia, valued at an estimated RM2.7 billion, is too substantial to remain unregulated, said the Malaysian Vape Chamber of Commerce (MVCC). 

MVCC called on the government to immediately introduce appropriate regulations on e-liquids with nicotine, saying that the move would produce a positive multiplier effect on the economy including creating more jobs and attracting foreign direct investment (FDI).

In conjunction with the launch of its Malaysian Vaping Industry report, MVCC today said: "The findings show that there are more than 3,300 businesses related directly to the vape industry, with a workforce of more than 15,000 workers."