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Bengaluru — British American Tobacco (BAT), the world’s number two tobacco company, welcomed the US health regulator’s move to ban popular e-cigarette flavours, saying it would comply with the new guidelines aimed at curbing teenage vaping.

Under a new policy that will go into effect in February, e-cigarette makers will be banned from selling pod-based e-cigarette flavours, including fruit and mint, in the US, leaving only menthol and tobacco flavours on the market...

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