Latin America regulatory report: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Panama, Uruguay

In this far-reaching report, ECigIntelligence looks at the varied legal approaches to e-cigs and vaping across Latin America. We find that in Mexico, the sale, distribution, exhibition, promotion and production of e-cigarettes is banned, while in Colombia e-cigarettes are sold without major legal restrictions. In Brazil and Chile, meanwhile, a pharmaceutical licence may be required and in Uruguay commercialisation, importation, advertising or registry of any type of e-cigarette has been banned since 2009.

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