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Los Angeles/Jakarta/Manila — Juul Labs is halting sales in Indonesia, citing concerns that it cannot stop retailers from selling its high-nicotine e-cigarettes to young people in a largely unregulated tobacco market.

Juul disclosed its Indonesian plans when asked about the company's marketing to younger customers there and in the other two Asian countries where it operates — the Philippines and South Korea. A Reuters review of Juul's Asia marketing found that the firm has promoted e-cigarettes in ways similar to those that raised the ire of regulators in the US...

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