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Regulatory report: no single regulation for e-cigs in Switzerland

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Published: 29th April 2020 | No. pages: 15
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Description

Currently, no single federal law regulates e-cigarettes in Switzerland, meaning they, along with their related products, are sold with limited restrictions. This also means that there is a lack of clarity as there are different laws currently regulating different aspects. However, a draft federal tobacco products law has been under preparation since 2014, and despite various delays – including the recent coronavirus pandemic – it is expected to be adopted into law by 2021, and to then enter into force by 2022. This report provides a detailed analysis of all current regulation as well as that which will be included in the forthcoming federal law.

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Switzerland is close to adopting a law new, which will regulate both nicotine and nicotine-free e-cigarettes as tobacco products. These new regulations will bring clarity and a set regime to the country, affecting all areas from age and product restrictions to advertising and tax. This report offers details of both current and future regulations, allowing you insight of what is to come.

Table of contents

1 Executive summary
2 Introduction
3 Regulatory landscape
4 National regulatory framework
5 Age restrictions
6 Product restrictions
7 Labelling and packaging
8 Obligation to notify
9 Retail channels restriction
10 Public usage
11 Advertising and marketing
12 Taxation
13 Enforcement
14 Selected relevant case law
15 Relevant laws and texts
16 Relevant bodies

Methodology

The research is completely original and conducted by ECigIntelligence’s multilingual legal analysis team using several sources, including: online and offline resources and data, specialised legal software, interviews with key stakeholders and government officials, and via the collaboration with local lawyers and on-the-ground profession.

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Description

Currently, no single federal law regulates e-cigarettes in Switzerland, meaning they, along with their related products, are sold with limited restrictions. This also means that there is a lack of clarity as there are different laws currently regulating different aspects. However, a draft federal tobacco products law has been under preparation since 2014, and despite various delays – including the recent coronavirus pandemic – it is expected to be adopted into law by 2021, and to then enter into force by 2022. This report provides a detailed analysis of all current regulation as well as that which will be included in the forthcoming federal law.

ECigIntelligence does not provide legal, strategic or investment advice. Tamarind Media Limited, the publisher of ECigIntelligence, does not accept any liability or responsibility for information or views published.
Please see this page for a detailed description of our methodology. Please Contact us for a detailed description of our methodology.

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