Who Could Be Burnt by WHO's E-Cigs Move?

Sales have rocked in the past two years and electronic cigarettes could be more popular than conventional ones by 2020 But the World Health Organisation would rather they were stubbed out—fearing they could be addictive. It's calling for tougher regulation including bans on indoor use, advertising and sales to under 18s. So what would that mean for the $3 billion e-cigarette market—at the moment largely in the hands of the big tobacco firms?

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