BEIJING -- China's State Administration for Market Regulation and the State Tobacco Monopoly Administration has jointly issued a circular asking all makers and distributors of electric cigarettes to shut their sales websites and apps to protect teenagers from harm related to use of the devices.
The authorities also demanded that e-commerce platforms shut down e-cigarette stores and urged makers and distributors to recall associated online advertisements.
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