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Hungary Taken to Court by The EC Over Low Cigarette Tax

A press release on the EC’s website has explained that Hungary was given until December 31, 2017, to gradually increase the excise duty on...

US: New Bill Would Would Limit Nicotine Levels in E-Cigarettes

According to an announcement by Krishnamoorthi's office, the proposed bill would restrict nicotine content to over 20 milligrams per milliliter with the aim of...

Britain’s Vapers May Benefit From Brexit

In 2017, health experts in the UK grew concerned, as the rapid growth in the numbers of people switching from smoking to vaping started...

EU Elections: Parties Agree on E-Cig Regulations not Bans

Vaping will be among the subjects discussed at next week’s European Parliament with the debate including the planned revision of the Tobacco Products Directive...

Juul Faces Challenges in the EU Due to Nicotine Restrictions

The roll-out across EU countries of Juul, has been hampered by limits of 20 milligrams of nicotine per millimetre of liquid, compared to 59...

Next EU Commission will Propose Tightening TPD Regulations Further

"I can organise a guide to an oncological department to see what they are doing because they’ve never been there. The industry never understood...

Luxembourg: Why are Cigarette Sales Still Increasing?

According to the latest Eurobarometer survey, in Luxembourg, a country which is part of the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO...

UK Government to Review E-Cigarette Regulations Post-Brexit

Earlier this year, anti-smoking experts explained why a post-Brexit Britain should consider getting rid of the ineffective EU-wide Tobacco Products Directive (TPD), which has...

Brexit: UK May Change to Australian Tobacco Warnings

UK regulations have forced manufacturers to sell cigarette packets carrying health warnings as of 2009. However, the EU owns the copyright to current warnings,...

The EU Commission Remains Cautious About E-Cigarettes

Martin Seychell, deputy director-general for health and food safety, argues that preventing addiction should be public health’s main objective. “We should promote the concept...
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