Malaysia Sends Global Message


Malaysia’s vaping regulation sends a global message, says the Coalition of Asia Pacific Tobacco Harm Reduction Advocates (CAPHRA).

It says the Ministry of Health is making good progress with its imminent legislation to regulate vaping – making it of global importance.

The Coalition is a regional alliance of consumer tobacco harm reduction advocacy organisations. Its mission is to educate, advocate and represent the right of adult alternative nicotine consumers to access and use of products that reduce harm from tobacco use.

CAPHRA says considerable and effective advocacy from local consumer groups over recent years was key to the Government’s decision last year to legalise liquid nicotine and move forward with regulation.

Malaysian vape advocates and users also applaud the Ministry of Health’s efforts as it now prepares the new act to strictly regulate the safety and sale of vaping products.

Read full article here.

Dave Cross – Planet of the Vapes – 2022-02-03.

Want More Investigative Content?

Curate RegWatch
Curate RegWatch
In addition to our original coverage, RegWatch curates top stories on issues and impacts arising from the regulation of economic, social and environmental activity in Canada and the U.S.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here


New Vape Tax in Indiana Took Effect on July 1st

Over 150 bills passed during this legislative session in the state, with some, including a new tax on vaping products, going into effect immediately.  The...

Vaping Coverage Get it NOW!

Sign Up for Incisive Content!

RegWatch original video is designed to move opinion. Get our videos first and be the first to share.

Your Information will never be shared with any third party