Regulatory report: Ireland, September 2020

The Republic of Ireland regulated nicotine-containing e-cigarettes by transposing the EU Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) in 2016. Nicotine-free liquids are unaffected by the May 2016 regulations, being regulated as consumer products. The new government’s five-year plan includes the introduction of new rules addressing taxation, sales and advertising restrictions. This report provides a comprehensive overview of the current regulatory regime for e-cigs in Ireland, as well as analysis and information of potential near-future restrictions.

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Table of contents

  1. Executive summary
  2. Regulatory landscape (update)
  3. National regulatory framework (update)
  4. Age restrictions (update)
  5. Product restrictions (update)
  6. Labelling and packaging (update)
  7. Obligation to notify
  8. Retail channel restrictions (update)
  9. Public usage (update)
  10. Advertising and marketing (update)
  11. Taxation (update)
  12. Enforcement (update)
  13. Relevant laws
  14. Relevant bodies
  15. How Irish e-cigarette regulation evolved

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