Market reports / Hungary
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Hungary: strict new regime comes down hard

22nd March 2017 | Market reports |

ECigIntelligence looks at state of the e-cigarette market in Hungary following transposition of the European TPd and the imposition of the strictest regulatory regime in Europe, with online sales banned and bricks-and-mortar sales restricted to nationally registered tobacconists.

Hungary regulatory report: an end to mandatory pharma licensing

13th November 2015 | Market reports , Regulatory reports |

Hungary’s transposition of the EU Tobacco Products Directive will do away with the current mandatory pharmaceutical licensing requirement for e-cigarettes – which has resulted in no nicotine-containing products being legal in the country – and allow them to be sold as consumer products. As this great change approaches, our in-depth report on Hungary includes: Regulatory landscape • Current national regulatory framework • Age restrictions • Packaging and product restrictions • Notification requirements • Retailing restrictions (including cross-border and distance sales) • Public usage • Advertising and marketing restrictions • Taxation • Case law • Enforcement • The missing pieces of the TPD jigsaw • Graphic: how Hungarian e-cigarette regulation will change