Smoore says it enjoyed a 16.5 per cent share of the global vaping devices market last year, up from 10 per cent in 2018. Photo: SCMP Handout Smoore says it enjoyed a 16.5 per cent share of the global vaping devices market last year, up from 10 per cent in 2018. Photo: SCMP Handout
Smoore says it enjoyed a 16.5 per cent share of the global vaping devices market last year, up from 10 per cent in 2018. Photo: SCMP Handout
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World’s largest vaping devices maker Smoore defies coronavirus, trade war to expand capacity amid booming sales

  • The Shenzhen-based maker of e-cigarettes, which sells half its products in the US, reported a 40 per cent rise in profits for the first six months of the year
  • The firm says higher import tariffs have not stopped US demand from growing because its products are ‘technologically superior’

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Smoore says it enjoyed a 16.5 per cent share of the global vaping devices market last year, up from 10 per cent in 2018. Photo: SCMP Handout Smoore says it enjoyed a 16.5 per cent share of the global vaping devices market last year, up from 10 per cent in 2018. Photo: SCMP Handout
Smoore says it enjoyed a 16.5 per cent share of the global vaping devices market last year, up from 10 per cent in 2018. Photo: SCMP Handout
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