Written by Marija Obradovic || 16th March 2022 || News analysis || Policy and Politics | Regulation and Legislation | Denmark Europe
Denmark could become the first country in Europe to impose a generational limit on access to tobacco and nicotine products – something that is already under discussion in New Zealand and Malaysia.
A plan to ban access to tobacco and nicotine products to anyone born in or after 2010 was announced by health minister Magnus Heunicke. ...
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