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Regulatory report: informal market thrives in Mexico

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Published: 8th September 2020 | No. pages: 11
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Description

Mexico’s General Law for Tobacco Control regulates only certain types of tobacco products, which do not include heated tobacco or snus. This means that the sale and import of such products are banned, however, due to a thriving informal market it is possible to buy these products in Mexico. This report covers all current existing regulation as well as details of proposals that have been presented in the Mexican Congress in recent years.

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Reasons to buy

Are you interested in Mexico and its market? If so then this is the report for you. Not only does it provide extensive information about the current regulatory framework, including it’s informal market, but it also outlines a number of the more recent proposals that have provided alternative options for regulation of these products.

Table of contents

1 Executive summary
2 Regulatory landscape
3 National regulatory framework
4 Current regulation
5 Legal proposals
6 Relevant laws
7 Relevant bodies

Methodology

The research is completely original and conducted by TobaccoIntelligence’s multilingual legal analysis team using several sources, including: online and offline resources and data, specialised legal software, interviews with key stakeholders and government officials, and via the collaboration with local lawyers and on-the-ground profession.

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Description

Mexico’s General Law for Tobacco Control regulates only certain types of tobacco products, which do not include heated tobacco or snus. This means that the sale and import of such products are banned, however, due to a thriving informal market it is possible to buy these products in Mexico. This report covers all current existing regulation as well as details of proposals that have been presented in the Mexican Congress in recent years.

TobaccoIntelligence does not provide legal, strategic or investment advice. Tamarind Media Limited, the publisher of TobaccoIntelligence,
does not accept any liability or responsibility for information or views published.

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