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Latin America regulatory report: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Panama, Uruguay

5th September 2018 | Regulatory reports |

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In this far-reaching report, ECigIntelligence looks at the varied legal approaches to e-cigs and vaping across Latin America, focussing on Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Panama, Colombia, Chile and Uruguay…

Mexico: a new bid to legalise e-cigs

5th January 2018 | Regulatory reports |

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The PRI party’s Senator Marcela Guerra Castillo has presented a new bill to legalise e-cigarettes in Mexico, in response to their continuing popularity. It is a bid to control the quality of products on the market. The bill legalises nicotine alternatives and establishes a level playing field for tobacco, heat-not-burn and vaping products. It takes a cautionary approach to their impact on health and introduces requirements above and beyond those of the EU’s Tobacco Products Directive (TPD).

Two possible paths to e-cig legalisation: Mexico regulatory report

4th October 2017 | Regulatory reports |

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The sale of e-cigarette products is banned in Mexico under the General Tobacco Control Law, although a modest e-cigarette market does exist. In 2015 Mexico’s highest court unanimously held that the regulator’s interpretation of Mexico’s Tobacco Control law is in violation of the constitution

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Mexico: illegal trade goes on openly in the streets

11th April 2017 | Regulatory reports |

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A year and a half after the country’s Supreme Court overturned a fine on a vape salesman, e-cigarettes remain illegal in Mexico – but they also remain openly on sale, with no prosecutions in process.