This report provides an overview of harm-reduction policies with regards to tobacco use from 18 selected countries from around the world
PMI’s heated tobacco device IQOS and its associated consumables have been granted market authorisation by the FDA
TobaccoIntelligence presents its comprehensive analysis of which countries have banned the three most popular harm reduction products: nicotine-containing vapour products; heated tobacco; and oral tobacco
In this far-reaching report, we look at the varied legal approaches to tobacco alternative products across Latin America, focusing on Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Panama, Colombia, Chile and Uruguay
BAT has chosen to seek market authorisation in the US for its heat-not-burn product Glo on the basis of its “substantial equivalence” to a previous product, Eclipse – but what are the pitfalls and the advantages in this approach? …
The PRI party’s Senator Marcela Guerra Castillo has presented a new bill to legalise e-cigarettes in Mexico
As PMI’s iQOS comes under consideration by the US FDA, we examine the hurdles it – and other – heated tobacco and e-cigarette products will have to clear to obtain authorisation for commercialisation and reduced-risk claims.