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Regulatory report: South Korea

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Published: 14th April 2020 | No. pages: 10
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Description

Currently, nicotine-containing e-liquid is considered to be a tobacco product and is therefore regulated in the same way as smoking. That said, following the outbreak of the lung diseases in the US in 2019, South Korea has been seeking to further restrict e-cigarettes, and there are a number of bills relating to new regulations that would increase restrictions. This report not only outlines the current regulations for e-cigarettes – taking into account all aspects including product restrictions, enforcement, and labelling and packaging, to name but a few – but also discusses the possible future regulations that are on the horizon.

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South Korea’s regulations around vaping products includes many restrictions across all aspects, from age and product restrictions, to marketing, labelling and packaging and taxation. Not only does this report allow you to get an in-depth understanding of the current regulatory framework, but it also provides information about all upcoming proposals, providing you with predictions for how these restrictions could change in the near future.

Table of contents

1 Executive summary
2 Regulatory landscape
3 Current national regulatory framework
4 Age restrictions
5 Product restrictions
6 Packaging restrictions
7 Notification requirements
8 Retail channels
9 Public usage
10 Advertising and marketing restrictions
11 Taxation
12 Case law
13 Enforcement
14 Relevant bodies
15 Relevant laws

Methodology

The research is completely original and conducted by ECigIntelligence 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, nicotine-containing e-liquid is considered to be a tobacco product and is therefore regulated in the same way as smoking. That said, following the outbreak of the lung diseases in the US in 2019, South Korea has been seeking to further restrict e-cigarettes, and there are a number of bills relating to new regulations that would increase restrictions. This report not only outlines the current regulations for e-cigarettes – taking into account all aspects including product restrictions, enforcement, and labelling and packaging, to name but a few – but also discusses the possible future regulations that are on the horizon.

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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