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Exclusive - India's health ministry calls for blocking Juul's entry into country: document

Reuters India Friday, 15 March 2019
India's health ministry has called for Juul Labs Inc's electronic cigarettes to be blocked from entering the country, a letter seen by Reuters showed, potentially dealing a blow to the U.S. company's plans to tap the South Asian market.
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