Slovakia plans new e-cig duty in 2025 with annual hike to boost tax coffers

The Slovakian government plans to introduce taxes on e-cigarettes and other nicotine-containing products starting next year, with further annual increases planned. In 2025, this tax revenue is to total some €15m, and the following year, it is expected to increase to as much as €126m.

Under the plan, a tax of €0.20 per ml will be imposed on e-liquids in the Slovak market. For other nicotine-containing products, such as nicotine pouches, the applicable rate will be €0.10 per g.

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