Regulation and Legislation

Malaysia regulatory report

20th June 2019 - Regulatory reports |

The Malaysian Ministry of Health is working on a framework for the regulation of e-cigarettes, and expects to put a proposal before parliament at the end of 2019. In the meantime

Indonesia regulatory report

11th June 2019 - Regulatory reports |

The legal classification of e-cigarettes in Indonesia is not entirely clear, as in different situations they may fall under either tobacco law or consumer product regulation

UK NHS trusts show progress with PHE vaping guidelines

3rd June 2019 - News analysis |

Public Health England (PHE) found that there is a “steady progress” in National Health Service Trusts becoming smoke-free environments, and the organisation has welcomed the policies that some hospitals are implementing on creating designated vaping areas.

E-cig companies face toughest clampdowns in South America and the Middle East

16th May 2019 - Press releases |

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE A new tool from ECigIntelligence clarifies global regulatory requirements for the e-cig industry   If you’re looking for the strictest e–cig regulations across a region worldwide, look no further than the Middle East, with Saudi Arabia, Oman, Lebanon, Brunei, Egypt, Iran and Qatar all showing a no-nonsense approach. South America is not far behind, with Brazil, Uruguay and Venezuela operating tough regulatory regimes; » Continue Reading.