Indonesia’s tobacco regulation revision plan takes a long-awaited step forward

After years of political debate, Indonesia is finally making progress towards regulating heated tobacco products.

Indonesian president Joko Widodo has issued a list of planned governmental regulations for 2023, including the proposed revision of Government Regulation (PP) No. 109 of 2012, which encompasses regulating heated tobacco and e-cigarettes. Because Indonesia considers heated tobacco to be a type of e-cigarette, e-cig rules apply to heated tobacco products.

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