Regulatory pathways for e-cigarette products in Eurasia and the Middle East

8th April 2021 | News analysis |

How are e-cigarettes regulated in the former Soviet countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) and the Middle-Eastern states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) – and what are the similarities and differences between the two? Those questions, along with the latest updates and future prospects for vape-related legislation in both regions, were the topics addressed by ECigIntelligence head legal » Continue Reading.

Podcast: Global predictions and analysis of the e-cigarette sector for 2021

22nd January 2021 | News analysis , Podcasts |

  Tim Phillips, ECigIntelligence’s managing director, joins Jon Bruford to discuss the key developments coming up in 2021 and the drivers that shape the market – including the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak, shifts in consumer preferences and business enforcements – as well as challenges and opportunities. To obtain more data and analysis from the industry, please find our latest » Continue Reading.

Podcast: E-cigarettes in China: market, regulation and outlook

15th December 2020 | News analysis , Podcasts |

China’s domestic e-cigarette market has quietly grown to become the world’s third largest by value. With relatively low vaping prevalence, high smoking rates, and a huge population, it has significant potential for further growth. But it is also a market that faces challenges unlike any other, most notably the presence of a tobacco monopoly whose attitude towards the independent vapour » Continue Reading.