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Who could be burnt by WHO's e-cigs move?

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August 28, 2014
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The World Health Organisation has called for the regulation of electronic cigarettes as both tobacco and medical products. Ciara Lee looks at the impact of the move on the tobacco industry. Video provided by Reuters


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