‘Don’t raid until laws are in place’


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  • Friday, 25 Dec 2015

SHAH ALAM: Local councils and health officers have to stop taking action against premises selling vape liquid until laws regulating the industry are put in place.

The Health Ministry should also come up with regulations for the industry as soon as possible, as there are inconsistencies in the regulations, says the Malaysian E-Vaporizers and Tobacco Alter­native Association (Mevta).

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