A shopkeeper demonstrates smoking a Juul brand vaping pen to customers at a Juul shop in Jakarta, Indonesia, December 30, 2019. Picture taken December 30, 2019. Juul Labs Inc is halting sales in Indonesia, citing concerns that it can't stop retailers from selling its high-nicotine e-cigarettes to young people in a largely unregulated tobacco market. REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana

A shopkeeper arranges catridges for Juul brand vaping product at a vape shop in Jakarta, Indonesia, December 27, 2019. Picture taken December 27, 2019. Juul disclosed its Indonesia plans to Reuters as the news organization was inquiring about the company's marketing to younger customers there and in the other two Asian countries where it operates - the Philippines and South Korea. REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana

A shopkeeper stands inside a Juul shop at a shopping mall in Jakarta, Indonesia, December 30, 2019. Picture taken December 30, 2019. 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 United States. REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana

Juul brand vaping pens are displayed for sale at a Juul shop in Jakarta, Indonesia, December 30, 2019. Picture taken December 30, 2019. Juul said in a statement that it would suspend Indonesia sales "indefinitely" until it could ensure that online and traditional retailers there will "increase and enforce age restrictions and compliance measures." REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana

A customer shops for catridges of Juul vaping brand at a Juul shop in Jakarta, Indonesia, December 30, 2019. Picture taken December 30, 2019. The firm's decision to retreat from the world's fourth most populous nation - which has not been previously reported - marks a major setback for Juul's larger plans to expand in Asia. The region has been seen as critical to the company's growth amid mounting U.S. legal and regulatory problems over its role in the nation's youth vaping epidemic. REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana

A man tests a vape as Juul brand vaping products are displayed at the Showroom vape shop in Jakarta, Indonesia February 17, 2020. Picture taken February 17, 2020. Juul had launched in Indonesia just seven months ago because it was attracted to the nation's permissive regulatory environment, according to a former employee and another source familiar with its Asia sales strategy. The company had targeted customers aged 19 to 35, according to those two sources and a current Juul employee. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan