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E-cigarettes Are Popular All Over The World: Directly Reducing The Number Of Smokers By 35 Million People
Aug 16, 2018

The number of smokers around the world is declining, which is mainly due to its credit. The latest figures from the World Health Organization show that about 1.1 billion people worldwide have a habit of smoking in 2018, about 1.14 billion fewer than in 2000. This is mainly due to the credit of e-cigarettes.


     With the popularity of e-cigarettes, it is said that by 2021, more than 50 million people around the world will choose it. At present, the United States, Japan and the United Kingdom are the world's largest e-cigarette market. Consumers in these three countries bought a total of $16.3 billion worth of e-cigarettes and related products in 2016.


     According to reports, countries currently have completely different attitudes toward e-cigarettes: Thailand and Singapore are completely banned from smoking e-cigarettes; but the British government not only allows the public to smoke e-cigarettes, but also plans to let doctors use e-cigarettes as prescriptions to help smokers quit smoking.