The Australian Ministry of Health decided to defer until further notice the implementation of the import ban on nicotine e-cigarettes that was to come into force in January 2021, after already being postponed by half a year
Pharmacists across Australia are waiting for more details after the announcement by the country’s Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) that they would be exclusive distributors of prescribed e-cigarettes
Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has relaxed its position on e-cigarettes, deciding they can be available legally from pharmacies if prescribed by a doctor “to support smoking cessation”
Tobacco control advocates in Indonesia have questioned the government’s lack of progress on revising the regulation on the safety of addictive ingredients in tobacco products and urged it to get the ball rolling
Our managing director, Tim Phillips, recently discussed how COVID-19 influences the nicotine market at the Nicotine Cannabis Strategies Europe, which took place online on 10th September. Tim presents the COVID-19 and EVALI impact on the market and on Europe in general, plus some other European developments from this year. He also provides an overview of the impact of heated tobacco » Continue Reading.
The Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has issued a final decision that leaves the sale of all tobacco-alternative products banned in the country, while still allowing e-cigarettes on prescription only
Chinese vaping manufacturer Smoore believes that the good round of investment that the company got after being officially listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange a month ago prove its “financial strength”
The Food and Drug Administration in the Philippines proposed new restrictions for vaping and heated tobacco products in the revised draft guidelines regulating their manufacture, importation, sale, packaging, advertising, and distribution
A Beijing-based tobacco association intends to submit a proposal to the legislators at the city’s people’s congress, prohibiting vaping in public areas in the near future amid lack of vaping “provisions” in the current local law
Proposals for the national regulation of e-cigarettes in China range from advertising restrictions to a controversial suggestion by the boss of a pharmaceutical company that they should be totally banned
Our managing director, Tim Phillips, recently discussed how the 2019 US developments will impact the global vape market at the Global Forum on Nicotine, which took place online on 11th and 12th June. He explored the US vape crisis, its background, current status and impact. Tim presented the market growth estimations post-EVALI, their impact on regulation, and future prospects. He » Continue Reading.
Canada could soon have provincial vaping laws from coast to coast after Alberta, the one province without its own law, tabled legislation to crack down on where vaping products can be sold and who can purchase them