Malaysian association challenges e-cig raids

Malaysian association challenges e-cig raids

December 28, 2015

The Small and Medium Scale Entrepreneurs Association of Malaysia (Ikhlas) has filed a lawsuit in the Kuala Lumpur High Court challenging the nationwide raids on vape shops and e-cigarette seizures, as well as upcoming bans on e-cigarette sales in some states, including Johor and Kelantan, reports the New Straits Times.

Ikhlas is seeking myr1 million ($232,800) in exemplary and aggravated damages and unspecified general and special damages.

The association’s membership includes 1,000 e-cig retailers across the nation.

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