Freddie Dawson || 23rd September 2015 || News analysis || Health and science | Marketing and Retailing | Policy and Politics | Regulation and Legislation | Geographies: Europe Ireland
The Irish government has decided not to extend the country’s smoking ban to e-cigarettes, citing the lack of evidence for harm – but the advertising self-regulatory body in Ireland has taken a slightly harder line.
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