Regulatory report: Philippines, August 2020

E-cigarettes were largely unrestricted until the end of 2019 in the Philippines, when stricter regulations were then set for both e-cigarettes and heated tobacco. President Rodrigo Duterte announced in November 2019 that he would ban the importation and use of e-cigarettes in public places. Since then, tough enforcement actions have been carried out and several bills were proposed that are still pending in the Committee. There have been a number of changes and proposals in the Philippines over the last year and this report provides detailed analysis of these changes, current laws and the general regime regulating e-cigarettes in the country.

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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 (update)
  8. Retail channel restrictions (update)
  9. Imports and exports (update)
  10. Public usage (update)
  11. Advertising and marketing (update)
  12. Taxation (update)
  13. Enforcement (update)
  14. Relevant laws (update)
  15. Relevant bodies

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