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European rules may give heated tobacco a marketing advantage

Written by ECigIntelligence || 19th September 2017 || Regulatory briefing |

Europe
Regulation and Legislation
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Heat-not-burn (HnB) products could benefit from greater marketing opportunities in the European Union than e-cigarettes and combustible tobacco as the heating devices are not themselves considered to be tobacco products ...
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UK advertising bodies consider allowing e-cig health claims

Written by Freddie Dawson || 15th September 2017 || Regulatory briefing |

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United Kingdom
Marketing and Retailing
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The UK bodies in charge of advertising regulatory code have put forward a yes/no consultation on proposals to loosen restrictions on e-cigarette health claims in advertisements....

Coming soon: deadline for product registration in the US

Written by Daniel Mollenkamp || 15th September 2017 || Regulatory briefing |

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United States
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The deadline for the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) product registrations for manufacturers is swiftly approaching. From 30th September, manufacturers need to register with the FDA and submit product lists, including labelling and advertisements, to the agency....

From Russian elevators to US taxes, a change is gonna come

Written by David Palacios Rubio || 3rd August 2017 || Regulatory briefing |

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2017 has already been a significant year in the short history of e-cigarettes – and there is more to come in the remaining five months of a the year ...
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In Congress, deeming reformers welcome FDA’s policy shift

Written by Jim Myers || 31st July 2017 || Regulatory briefing |

North America
United States
Policy and Politics
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The bipartisan duo attempting to modify the FDA’s deeming regulations in the US Congress reacted with cautious optimism to commissioner Scott Gottlieb’s sweeping new policy plan, which many see as a nod for safer alternatives to traditional tobacco...
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The FDA’s new philosophy: “We need to take a fresh look at nicotine”

Written by Freddie Dawson || 31st July 2017 || Regulatory briefing |

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United States
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Scott Gottlieb, commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), appeared on Friday to go further than any federal official – or most politicians – previously had in supporting alternative nicotine products for harm...
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FDA extends PMTA deadline by nearly four years

Written by Barnaby Page || 28th July 2017 || Regulatory briefing |

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United States
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The US Food and Drug Administration has taken a major step toward easing the demands of the deeming regulations, giving e-cig manufacturers nearly an extra four years to submit their...

No relief from deeming regs as US Senate approves key spending bill

Written by Jim Myers || 21st July 2017 || Regulatory briefing |

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Washington
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The industry’s hopes that a US federal spending bill would reduce the impact of the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) deeming regulations were disappointed this week when a Senate committee approved a version that makes no reference to...
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