The Chinese State Tobacco Monopoly Administration and State Post Bureau will further regulate shipments of e-cigarettes, reports the Global Times.
The State Tobacco Monopoly Administration announced that it would be limiting the number of smoking devices a single person can carry to no more than six smoking devices. According to the Global Times, a single person can have 90 e-cigarette cartridges which includes disposable e-cigarettes and a maximum of 180 ml of e-liquids.
The State Tobacco Monopoly Administration and the State Post Bureau also jointly issued a regulation regarding the delivery of e-cigarette products. A single shipment may contain a maximum of two sets; six e-cigarette cartridges and no more than 12 ml of e-liquid. The delivery is limited so that a single person may only receive one shipment of e-cigarette products per day, reports the Global Times.