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Anti-tobacco policies light up on World No Tobacco Day

31st May 2019 | Regulatory briefing |

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Health authorities around the world presented their policies against e-cigarettes and novel tobacco products World No Tobacco Day (WNTD)

Ferrari drops Mission Winnow team name and logo for Australian GP

13th March 2019 | Regulatory briefing |

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PMI and Ferrari have been forced to cancel their partnership for this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix, the opening race of the Formula 1 season. The Mission Winnow branding will, however, reappear for the rest of the season

2018, a year of attempts to bring clarity to e-cig and HnB regulation

31st December 2018 | Regulatory briefing |

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Regulation, regulation, regulation was the theme of 2018. ECigIntelligence brings you its round-up of the developments that marked the old year and may shape the direction of those to come in the world of vaping and HnB

Italy reduces e-cigarette and heat-not-burn tax burden by up to 80%

14th December 2018 | Regulatory briefing |

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Italy has passed the much anticipated law reducing tax on e-liquids and halving duties on heated tobacco. The decree cuts the duty on nicotine-containing liquids from 50% to 10% of the tax on conventional cigarettes

No softening likely in WHO’s antagonism to e-cigs and HnB

4th October 2018 | Regulatory briefing |

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The rhetoric coming out of the eighth Conference of the Parties (COP8) in Geneva suggests the World Health Organization is unlikely to give vaping products or HnB a role in its anti-tobacco policies any time soon

EU urges WHO to focus on heated tobacco, suggests advertising bans

3rd October 2018 | Regulatory briefing |

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The EU is calling on the World Health Organization to become more involved in regulating heated tobacco – and is urging tight advertising restrictions on the category, ECigIntelligence has learned