24th September 2020 | Regulatory briefing
The UK government is to impose a cap from next year on the number of heated tobacco consumables that air passengers can import into the country – including from countries within the European Union
23rd September 2020 | Regulatory reports
Heated tobacco, like any other tobacco-containing product, is considered part of the Tobacco Monopoly in China and regulated as a general tobacco product. This report provides an overview of the regulatory regime
22nd September 2020 | Regulatory data
The TobaccoIntelligence international heated tobacco regulatory tracker is your one-stop source for understanding legal frameworks across the globe for heated tobacco devices and consumables. Our in-house research and analysis provides an impartial breakdown of the regulation of heated tobacco in 20 countries, and bills which may affect future regulations. Updated each month, the user-friendly and […]
22nd September 2020 | Market reports
Almost a third of Czechs smoke, and with continuous declining smoking rates the national heated tobacco market has huge potential
21st September 2020 | Regulatory briefing
After years of discussions within the governing coalition and campaigning by health bodies, Germany is to further restrict tobacco advertising after the Bundesrat approved the new rules without further debate
21st September 2020 | Regulatory data
This new regulatory tracker provides a summary of the regulation of tobacco-free pouches globally as specified by the authorities in each country in answer to TobaccoIntelligence’s inquiries or after specific information has otherwise emerged. Its purpose is to provide an objective overview of regulation across the selected countries rather than our analysis or hypothesis regarding the most likely scenario.
18th September 2020 | Regulatory briefing
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has created a phone app to help consumers detect non-compliant tobacco products in a bid from Emirati authorities to counter tax evasion and commercial fraud as well as to protect public health
16th September 2020 | Business briefing
Demand for tobacco products in Italy has fallen steadily over the past four years, while heated tobacco products have hugely increased their share of both total tobacco sales and tax revenues
15th September 2020 | Regulatory reports
This Q&A report looks at the specifics of heated tobacco regulation at both US federal and state level, in the three US states where IQOS and its associated consumables have so far been launched
14th September 2020 | Regulatory reports
The Smokefree Environments and Regulated Products (Vaping) Amendment Bill will come into force in November 2020, regulating heated tobacco products in New Zealand for the first time
14th September 2020 | Regulatory briefing
The largest doctors’ association in the US has joined a court case accusing the Food and Drug Administration (FDA of failing in its duty to issue regulations to ban menthol in tobacco products
10th September 2020 | Regulatory data
The TobaccoIntelligence heated tobacco tax tracker provides key insights on heated tobacco tax and regulation internationally.
Discover statutory excise tax rates, affordability estimates and effective tax rate as a percentage of the package price, by simply clicking on each country in each of the four tabs at the top of the map.
10th September 2020 | Regulatory briefing
The Dutch government has announced that it is planning to amend the Tobacco Act to include heat-not-burn (HnB) product under the definition of “smokeless tobacco products and related products”
8th September 2020 | Regulatory reports
Tobacco-alternative products are considered to be banned under Mexico’s General Law for Tobacco Control; nevertheless, an informal market persists and there are proposals to bring regulation to a confused legal area
8th September 2020 | Business briefing
While the Philippines debates regulations to restrict tobacco alternatives, PMFTC, the Philippine affiliate of Philip Morris International (PMI), has opened its first four IQOS stores in the Manila area
7th September 2020 | Regulatory briefing
The final countdown is on to Wednesday’s deadline for premarket tobacco product applications (PMTAs), which the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) officially set at 4pm Eastern Time (ET) on 9th September
3rd September 2020 | Regulatory briefing
The Nigerian government is currently studying a new policy for regulations aimed at achieving a transition from combustibles to tobacco alternative products by 2024.
1st September 2020 | Regulatory data
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31st August 2020 | Market reports
With more than a third of its population being smokers, Serba is one of the most attractive European markets for heated tobacco
31st August 2020 | Regulatory briefing
A revised draft amendment to Taiwan’s Tobacco Hazards Prevention Act could include regulations for heated tobacco products, TobaccoIntelligence has learned
27th August 2020 | Regulatory briefing
Health Canada appears to have changed its mind about nicotine pouches, declaring that they should be regulated as drugs even if no “explicit” claim is made for any health benefit
26th August 2020 | Regulatory reports
Heated tobacco products must follow tobacco regulation in Canada. This report offers a comprehensive overview of the current regulations in place for heated tobacco products and snus
26th August 2020 | Business briefing
Reynolds American has submitted a premarket tobacco product application (PMTA) to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its Velo nicotine lozenges to remain on the market after September
25th August 2020 | Regulatory reports
According to the Ministry of Health, heated tobacco products and tobacco-free snus could be legalised and regulated in 2021 when Norway will most likely implement the EU Tobacco Products Directive (TPD)
25th August 2020 | Regulatory briefing
The Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has issued a final decision not to amend the country’s Poisons Standard – a decision which leaves the sale of heated tobacco products banned in the country
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