18th January 2021 | Regulatory trackers
Welcome to the new and improved ECigIntelligence US state law regulatory tracker, updated every month and exclusively focused on state law. This interactive map allows you to search for states, zoom in and out from the map, view more than one regulatory area at a time, pan the map and select multiple states to compare regulations.
14th January 2021 | Regulatory trackers
Welcome to the US enacted state law regulatory tracker, updated every month and exclusively focused on state law ( federal and local law are not considered).
This tracker, updated every month, allows you to interact and filter information in the regulatory map below. Select the regulatory area and filter countries by our analysis of the level of regulatory stringency in each area.
8th January 2021 | Regulatory trackers
Our regularly updated tracker details e-cigarette regulation around the world on key issues such as taxation, public vaping, advertising and sales restrictions.
7th January 2021 | Regulatory trackers
Welcome to the Europe e-cigarette regulatory tracker, updated every month. Use the tabs at the top of the map to select a specific regulatory field. Clicking on an individual country will bring up much more detail in the panel below, including links to legislation and ECigIntelligence coverage of that market.
20th October 2020 | Regulatory briefing
EU member states will have to decide how to implement a planned European levy on non-recycled plastic packaging waste – to fund it from national budgets or make industry pay for the waste it produces
15th October 2020 | Regulatory reports
Neither the EU nor the US has a common excise tax for vapour propducts or a common framework that applies throughout all jurisdictions. This report examines how policies and revenues vary between states
13th May 2020 | Regulatory reports
This itemised report details the regulatory requirements and restrictions on e-cigarette products in the six Chinese provinces – Guangdong, Hong Kong, Macau, Shanghai, Hangzhou and Shenzhen
30th April 2020 | Business briefing
All ECigIntelligence’s COVID-19-related news briefings and other data can now be found in one place here
28th April 2020 | Regulatory reports
Member states’ implementations of the EU Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) have varied implications for online selling. This report focuses on sales restrictions, product and packaging restrictions and taxation
28th April 2020 | Regulatory reports
Implementation of the EU Tobacco Products Directive (TPD), together with national laws, have resulted in varied rules on advertising between different member states. This report provides some clarity
3rd February 2020 | Regulatory reports
The US FDA has recently implemented enforcement on (some) flavoured-e-liquid products, but what does this actually mean? This report provides answers to some of the important questions
17th December 2019 | Regulatory reports
How did Swedish Match USA manage to get eight General snus products approved by the US FDA as modified risk tobacco products after being previously unsuccessful?
28th November 2019 | Market reports
This report explores the e-cigarette landscape in seven different Latin American markets to identify current trends and future opportunities
25th November 2019 | Regulatory reports
On 20th September, the FDA released its draft guidelines for PMTAs, spelling out in detail the information that e-cigarette makers will have to submit before next year’s deadline. This report provides information and related coverage regarding the process
18th November 2019 | Regulatory reports
This report answers some of the questions a manufacturer may be asking in relation to the position of the proposed rule with regards to labelling and marketing
15th July 2019 | Regulatory reports
This ECigIntelligence report looks at the need for, and process of, common standards across products within – and outside – the European Union
23rd May 2019 | Regulatory reports
PMI’s heated tobacco device IQOS and its associated consumables have been granted market authorisation by the FDA – here are the details
2nd July 2018 | Market reports
Our overview of developments in Latin America explores the varying situation of e-cigarettes and vaping in the most developed markets in the region: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico and Peru
2nd May 2018 | Regulatory reports
In this latest report on American regulations, ECigIntelligence highlights the fact that all electronic vaping devices will have to comply with FDA label requirements from August 2018
24th April 2018 | Regulatory reports
There could be some relief for manufacturers of “tobacco related” products for the US market who have been restricted by the complicated legal process of obtaining authorisation from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the form of a premarket tobacco product application (PMTA).
16th March 2018 | Regulatory reports
As shake and vape products increase in popularity in Europe in response to the restrictions imposed by the EU’s TPD, we take a close look at country-by-country regulation
8th January 2018 | Regulatory reports
The hardware and batteries used in e-cigarette products must be disposed of in line with EU legislation.
Packaging should display the crossed-out wheelie bin symbol, which indicates that hardware should be disposed of separately from normal household waste.
6th July 2017 | Regulatory reports
Our third guide to EU regulation on the classification, labelling and packaging of substances looks at possible exemptions for small packages – what is required by law and what may not be
8th May 2017 | Regulatory reports
In Europe, chemical substances must be classified according to their toxicity levels, and depending on the classification some obligations arise, as detailed here.
23rd March 2017 | Regulatory reports
Manufacturers or suppliers of e-liquids in Europe must determine the toxicity of individual ingredients in their products and label and classify all products accordingly. Here we guide you through the detail of the CLP regulation on classification, labelling and packaging.