As of February 2022, subscribers can view and filter individual regulatory alerts per region. If you want to get our monthly compilations, visit our alerts round-up section.
30th January 2023
10th January 2023
Slovenia: The new excise duty now in force, until 30th April, for nicotine-containing e-liquids is €0.19 per ml. The tax on nicotine-free e-liquids has increased to €0.09 per ml.
13th December 2022
Slovenia: A regulation setting new excise duties on e-liquids has been published in the Official Gazette. The tax on nicotine-containing liquids will rise to €0.19 per ml from 1st January, then again to €0.21 per ml from 1st May, and to €0.2€ per ml from 1st November 2023. Duty on nicotine-free e-liquids will rise to €0.09 per ml from 1st January, then €0.10 per ml from 1st May, and to €0.11 per ml on 1st November 2023.
7th December 2022
Slovenia: The government has announced that the Health Inspectorate is planning to step up action against the use of e-cigarettes in public places. Since the Covid pandemic, the inspectorate has found that people were under a false impression that the public smoking ban did not apply to novel products. Vaping in enclosed public spaces is punishable by a fine ranging from €4,000 to €33,000 for a business and €125 for an individual.
30th November 2022
Slovenia: A regulation setting out new excise duties for e-liquids was published today for consideration by ministers. It would increase the duty on nicotine-containing e-liquids to €0.19 per ml from 1st January, then to €0.21 per ml from 1st May 2023, and to €0.23 per ml from 1st November 2023. For nicotine-free e-liquids, the duty would increase to €0.09 per ml from 1st January, €0.1 per ml from 1st May, and €0.11 per ml from 1st November 2023.
22nd November 2022
Slovenia: Concerns over the widespread use of e-cigarettes by minors were raised yesterday during a public conference held by the National Institute of Public Health, press reports. The conference, which brought together academics and public officials, heard that e-cigarettes were as dangerous as traditional cigarettes.
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