E-cigarette makers have been pitching in their two cents, after China last month expanded its Tobacco Monopoly Law to include vaping devices. The draft revision subjects e-cigarettes to the same regulations as traditional cigarettes. Xu Hua gets reactions from Shenzhen, where most of China's e-cigarette factories are located.
Heated discussions have been underway among e-cigarette makers, as their products now fall under China's Tobacco Monopoly Law. Authorities have released a draft of "Administrative Measures for E-Cigarettes." Reactions from home and abroad have been mixed.