Regulatory report: an overview of EU, US and Russian tax policies and revenues

While neither the European Union nor the United States currently has a common excise tax on vaping products or a common framework that applies throughout all jurisdictions, such taxes have been enacted in around half of EU member states and US states.

This report details both the tax policies and the revenue taken from taxes on e-cigarette products across the EU, US and Russia.

ECigIntelligence believes vaping products will eventually be taxed at the EU level, and while there is no proposal for an advanced US federal tax on vaping products, the presidential election may change this.

Meanwhile, Russia taxes both e-liquids and hardware, and official figures show a sudden rise in revenues collected for imported e-liquid products in 2019.

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  1. Key takeaways
  2.  European Union
    1. Some notes on the EU’s tax policy
  3. EU member states’ reported collected revenue
    1. The case of Sweden
  4. US
    1. Overview of federal policy on taxation and reported tax revenue
  5. US states’ reported collected revenue
  6.  Russia

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