This report provides a detailed overview of the regulatory framework currently in place in Belgium for e-cigarettes, covering all policy areas from product and packaging restrictions, to advertising and taxation
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This substantially updated report offers a comprehensive overview of Belgium’s regulatory framework for e-cigarettes, covering all aspects of the law and analysing both current and possible future regulation
In our updated look at the regulatory landscape in Belgium we find that new product-specific regulation includes severe restrictions on retail, including an online sales ban, as well as product, packaging, labelling and advertising restrictions
Transposition of the TPD into Belgian law has been force since January 2017. The restrictions it imposes include a ban on online sales as well as product, packaging, labelling and advertising restrictions
The new Belgian law, transposing the TPD, comes into force in January 2017. It will end the classification of e-cigarettes as medical devices and impose severe restrictions, including an online sales ban as well as product, packaging, labelling and advertising restrictions.
There may be more recent ECigIntelligence reports on this territory. Please visit the home page for Belgium or the advanced search page. Executive summary Nicotine-containing products will become legal for the first time in Belgium, in contrast with the previous situation where a medical regime required a licence. Distance sales will not be allowed. However, the regulator » Continue Reading.