The e-cigarette landscape in Indonesia is likely to experience some significant changes as the National Standardisation Agency of Indonesia (BSN) is going to announce new national standards for e-liquids soon
The legal classification of e-cigarettes in Indonesia is far from clear – whether they come under regulations relating to tobacco, pharmaceutical or consumer products.
What does seem clear is that e-cigs continue to be legal for now, despite some reports last year to the contrary. It is possible they may become illegal in future. Our in-depth regulatory report looks at every aspect of e-cigarette regulation in Indonesia.
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