Regulatory pathways for e-cigarette products in Eurasia and the Middle East

How are e-cigarettes regulated in the former Soviet countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) and the Middle-Eastern states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) – and what are the similarities and differences between the two?

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    Those questions, along with the latest updates and future prospects for vape-related legislation in both regions, were the topics addressed by ECigIntelligence head legal analyst Marija Obradovic at a webinar presented by the World Vape Show on 1st April.

    You can now watch her presentation, including her insights and exclusive data relating to the e-cigarette sector, here:

    Alternatively, you can download her presentation by filling out the form on the right. If you want more regulatory and market data, do not hesitate to browse through our latest reports, or if you need further details, feel free to contact us here or through any of our channels.

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    This article was written by one of ECigIntelligence’s international correspondents. We currently employ more than 40 reporters around the world to cover individual vaping markets. For a full list, please see our Who We Are page.

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