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China’s E-cigarette Export Declines for Third Consecutive Month


China’s e-cigarette exports in July totaled $925,974,636, marking a 1.68% decline from June but an 8.01% increase from last year.

On August 23rd, the General Administration of Customs of China released updated data on e-cigarette exports for July 2023. The data reveals that in July, China’s e-cigarette products, including personal electronic vaporizers and other non-combustible nicotine-containing products, reached a total export value of $925,974,636, approximately $926 million (around 6.661 billion Chinese yuan).

In comparison to June 2023, there was a decrease of 1.68%, but when compared to the same period in 2022, there was an increase of 8.01%. Chinese e-cigarette export revenues have been declining for the past three months starting from April, however, the rate of decline has gradually reduced.

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