Italian retailers wait for April ruling on selling e-liquid without a tax stamp

Italian vape retailers must wait for a second ruling in mid-April to see if they are permitted to sell e-liquids without a tax stamp, though they have at least been buoyed by an initial ruling that they do not need to destroy them outright.

Arcangelo Bove, founder of the Italian vaping company Svapo Web and president of UNASWEB, the National Union of Svapo Web’s associates, told ECigIntelligence that companies were now stuck in limbo waiting for further clarifications and rulings from higher courts following two earlier decisions.

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