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Regulatory report: regulation could soon be a reality in Colombia

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Published: 19th August 2020 | No. pages: 8
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Description

At present, unlike in many other neighbouring countries, Columbia currently has no major restrictions in place in relation to the use and sale of e-cigarettes. A legal proposal that seeks to regulate electronic cigarettes managed to pass three readings, only failing at the fourth. However, there appears to be a growing demand for such regulation and so it is likely to be reintroduced. This report covers the current limited regulation that is in place for e-cigs, and also provides detailed information of the possible future regulations that could come in should this proposal be passed.

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.
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While e-cigarettes are largely unrestricted in Colombia, this is likely to change in the near future following a legal proposal that could be reintroduced to the legislature in autumn 2020. Current restrictions are minor across the board for areas such as product and labelling restrictions, advertising, public usage and notification, however, if said proposal is passed, a proper regulatory regime could be introduced. If you are interested in the Colombian market and how it could change in the near future in terms of the regulatory framework, then this is the report for you. You’ll receive our analysis and information relating to the possible near-future changes, along with a full overview of current restrictions, laws and relevant bodies.

Table of contents

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

At present, unlike in many other neighbouring countries, Columbia currently has no major restrictions in place in relation to the use and sale of e-cigarettes. A legal proposal that seeks to regulate electronic cigarettes managed to pass three readings, only failing at the fourth. However, there appears to be a growing demand for such regulation and so it is likely to be reintroduced. This report covers the current limited regulation that is in place for e-cigs, and also provides detailed information of the possible future regulations that could come in should this proposal be passed.

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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