Poland continues to tighten its grip on e-cig regulation

New e-cigarette products will have to be approved by a Polish government agency before being launched on the domestic market if a new proposed bill is passed to further tighten regulations in the country.

The Polish Ministry of Health recently published the draft bill, which amends existing legislation by extending the powers of Poland’s Inspector for Chemical Substances, an institution that forms part of the Ministry of Health.

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