Changing consumer behaviour and the role of regulation in novel products

How is the heated tobacco market developing in Japan, South Korea and worldwide? And what of nicotine pouches, snus and the growth of new tobacco-related segments?

These issues were among those addressed by TobaccoIntelligence managing director Tim Phillips – together with the results of our recent opinion survey of European Parliament members – when he gave his expert view on market and regulatory matters to the ENDS Europe conference last week.

You can now watch his presentation here for key insights into how the market is likely to evolve, given the changing regulatory and market environment:

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    Alternatively, you can download his presentation by completing the form on the right. If you want more regulatory and market data, do not hesitate to browse through our latest reports, or if you need further details, feel free to contact us here or through any of our channels.

    – TobaccoIntelligence staff

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    This article was written by one of TobaccoIntelligence’s international correspondents. We currently employ more than 40 reporters around the world to cover individual nicotine markets.

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