In a national report for Thailand, the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society hopes to provide smokers with an alternative to cigarettes.
The news is supported by End Cigarette Smoke Thailand, a smoking cessation network in Thailand. they believe
E-cigarettes are not just a safer alternative to cigarettes, legalized taxation of e-cigarettes could also benefit financially.
"We believe the legalization of e-cigarettes will help Thailand achieve its goals of reducing smokers and protecting non-smokers from secondhand smoke," said members of the cessation group network.
Numerous studies have shown that e-cigarettes are a safer alternative or transition to tobacco, and more than 70 countries have legalized e-cigarettes because it reduces the number of smokers.
Relevant data show that in the past seven years since Thailand banned e-cigarettes, the number of e-cigarette users in Thailand has continued to grow steadily, which shows the potential market demand.