ECigIntelligence regulatory reports provide a comprehensive overview of current legal requirements and upcoming changes to the regulatory environment within a single jurisdiction. Most reports cover one country or US state, allowing you to focus on issues directly affecting your business.
Topics covered in each report include:
- Essential country data.
- National regulatory framework.
- Age restrictions on vaping.
- Product restrictions for e-cigarettes, such as prohibited ingredients and flavours, nicotine content limits, and hardware standards.
- Labelling and packaging requirements including mandatory health warning texts.
- Obligations to notify products on the market.
- Retail channel restrictions including retailer licensing and permitted locations.
- Public vaping restrictions.
- Advertising and marketing restrictions including permitted/prohibited media and rules on sponsorship and promotions.
- Taxation structure and rates.
- Sanctions for non-compliance.
- Links to full text of laws.
- Key contacts.
Reasons to buy
An ECigIntelligence regulatory report will provide you with:
- A clear and detailed understanding of current regulatory requirements affecting this sector in a specific jurisdiction, enabling you to be confident your business and your products are compliant.
- The ability to plan ahead for specific regulatory changes.
- Strategic understanding of the policy climate within the jurisdiction, enabling you to forecast how it might affect business development.
- Sources of further information, for example links to full texts of legislation and contact details for relevant government offices.
Our research is completely independent and original. It is conducted by ECigIntelligence’s multilingual legal analysis team, all specialists in this sector, and goes through a rigorous review and editing process before publication. Research draws on multiple sources, including: online and offline resources and data, specialist legal software, our own extensive databases and report archives, interviews with key stakeholders and government officials, and collaboration with local legal firms and on-the-ground professionals in the jurisdictions covered.