Tunisia regulatory report: e-cigs controlled by state monopoly



  • Executive summary
  • Regulatory landscape
  • Regulatory framework
  • Age restrictions
  • Product restrictions
  • Labelling and packaging
  • Retail channel restrictions
  • Public usage
  • Advertising and marketing
  • Pricing
  • Taxation
  • Enforcement
  • Relevant laws
  • Relevant bodies


In Tunisia the Arab Spring uprisings led to the ousting of long-time president, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, in January 2011 and eventually to free and democratic elections. The next presidential elections will be held in December 2019.

This report details the specific Tunisian e-cigarette legislations since the Arab Spring revolution, and the regulatory bodies that govern their use, advertising, packaging, pricing and taxation.

Number of pages: 7

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