There may be more recent ECigIntelligence reports on this territory. Please visit the full list of regulatory reports, or the advanced search page. Executive summary E-cigarettes are not currently regulated in Cyprus but they are subject to general consumer protection and safety regulations unless they are deemed a medicine “by presentation”. ECigIntelligence has learned that the Medical and » Continue Reading.
Poland has unexpectedly proposed some stiffer measures for e-cigarette regulation than originally imagined. New proposals are looking to bring in public use as well as advertising restrictions along with the implementation of the EU Tobacco Products Directive (TPD).
There may be more recent ECigIntelligence reports on this territory. Please visit the home page for France or the advanced search page. Executive summary We believe the French market in 2015 to be worth €570m ($625m). There is expected to be only limited growth for the rest of the year, perhaps pointing to the French market topping out. The industry group FIVAPE » Continue Reading.
Regulatory landscape • Current national regulatory framework • Age restrictions • Packaging and product restrictions • Public usage • Advertising and marketing restrictions • Case law • Taxation • Enforcement • The missing pieces from the TPD jigsaw
Wales is likely to become the first part of the United Kingdom to prohibit vaping in workplaces and enclosed public spaces, while milder regulation has been tabled before Scotland’s parliament.
An in-depth look at the Czech regulatory market as the country gears up for EU Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) implementation.
Introduction • Regulatory landscape • Current regulatory framework • The missing pieces from the TPD jigsaw • Conclusions
Approval of an e-cigarette by a medical licensing body could have even more impact on the sector than the much-discussed EU Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) implementation, according to Nerudia, a consultancy and nicotine science company.
Health experts have called on the UK government to support e-cigs through light-touch regulation.
There may be more recent ECigIntelligence reports on this territory. Please visit the home page for the Netherlands or the advanced search page. CONTENTS Executive summary Market analysis Market size Consumption patterns Pricing and spend Sales, distribution and marketing Brands Manufacturing Regulatory analysis Introduction Dutch regulatory powers Previous Dutch e-cig regulation New regulation in detail Definition of e-cigarette Advertising » Continue Reading.
UK e-liquid producer Totally Wicked is hoping to drum up support for its challenge to the European Union’s Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) through a new Website.
A detailed picture of British e-cig consumers is emerging in studies of vaping prevalence and user characteristics, from both the private and public sectors.
Europe’s largest outsourced manufacturing facility for nicotine products is to open in the UK city of Liverpool.
The proposed regulations • FDA e-cigarette information requests • Analysis of SFATA submission • SFATA’s proposed alternative • Analysis of AEMSA submission and proposals • Analysis of Totally Wicked submission and proposals • Conclusions
The law governing adoption of the TPD • Significant new rules for tobacco and e-cigs • Challenges before transposition • Pre-transposition challenges by member states • Poland’s TPD challenge • Pre-transposition challenges before the UK high court • PMI’s TPD challenge • Totally Wicked’s TPD challenge • Possible post-transposition challenges • Possible impacts on article 20 and e-cig regulation • Potential challenges by other e-cig stakeholders
A British e-cigarette supplier is the sector’s first independent to launch a legal challenge against the Tobacco Products Directive (TPD), the EU rules published this year that will regulate the e-cig market in European member states.
Market intelligence • Market structure • Regulatory landscape
France appears to be edging closer to its long-awaited regulation of e-cigarettes.
Market intelligence • Regulatory landscape
Market insight • Current regulatory framework
Market intelligence • Regulatory landscape • Advertising • EU law • Medical licensing
French legislators could soon be finally debating the health minister’s long-awaited proposals for a ban on the use of e-cigarettes in public places.
The process of drawing up detailed rules on e-cigarettes to implement the new European Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) could become mired in political disagreements, following a European Parliament election which has fragmented power in Brussels.
With two years still to run before the European Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) comes into practical force, there are hints already that regulation will bring about a consolidation in major e-cigarette markets.
The European Union’s revised Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) becomes law in three weeks, setting it on the road to full implementation by member states in 2016.
The new regulations for e-cigarettes proposed yesterday by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are the second major regulatory framework for the products to appear in two months, following the European Union’s release of its revised Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) earlier this year. How do the two compare in key areas?
The European Union (EU) does not plan to issue detailed guidance on how e-cigarette regulations in the recent Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) should be interpreted, according to a source close to the EU’s Directorate General for Health and Consumer Affairs (SANCO)
More details are emerging of likely changes to the Italian tax regime on e-cigarettes, following a court challenge to rules which came into effect in the new year.
The European Parliament’s new rules on e-cigarettes in the Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) have grabbed the attention of key members of the U.S. Senate, generating mixed reactions on whether it should influence the efforts of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to regulate the products.
The Spanish e-cigarette sector is now working under national-level regulation for the first time, after the introduction of a new law which anticipates the measures required by the European Tobacco Products Directive.
The European e-cigarette market could be worth more than $2bn, according to a new report from ECigIntelligence.
The European Commission is expected to issue technical specifications on the measurement of nicotine intake from e-cigarettes, as member states’ law-makers and the industry prepare to comply with the testing requirements of the EU’s new Tobacco Products Directive (TPD).
A Member of the European Parliament involved in the drafting of the EU’s new Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) has criticised the finally adopted version, which the Parliament voted for in late February, as “hastily-drafted and heavy-handed”.
A British right-wing political party received £36,000 ($60,000) in donations from an e-cigarette manufacturer before its leader appeared in a YouTube video apparently designed to influence European policy-making on e-cigs.
The European Parliament voted today in favour of revising the EU’s Tobacco Products Directive (TPD), bringing e-cigarettes under its control for the first time and raising the prospect of further wrangling across Europe as member states attempt to implement its sometimes vague rules.