Regulatory report: Norway due to legalise e-cigs by end of 2020

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Contents:

1 Executive summary
2 Regulatory landscape
3 National regulatory framework
4 Age restrictions
5 Product restrictions
6 Labelling and packaging
7 Obligation to notify
8 Retail restrictions
9 Public usage
10 Advertising and marketing
11 Taxation
12 Case law
13 Relevant laws
14 Relevant bodies

Description

Although the sale of all nicotine-containing products is still banned under a 1989 prohibition – with the exception of traditional tobacco products such as cigarettes, cigars, cigarillos, pipe and rolling tobacco, chewing tobacco and snus – this could soon come to an end, with Norway looking to legalise these products by the end of 2020. This report covers all current regulation as well upcoming plans and restrictions that are to be implemented in the near future.

No. of pages: 15

Photo: Vidar Nordli-Mathisen

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