DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The report “E-Cigarette Regulatory Report: France” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.
The French regulatory framework for electronic cigarettes has not undergone any major changes recently, and none are currently underway or in preparation. There is no debate or bill on the table.
Nonetheless, there is an ongoing controversy as to whether electronic cigarettes should be considered as smoking cessation treatments or products similar to tobacco products. The government may introduce regulations to clarify the real role of e-cigarettes, although the end of President Emmanuel Macron’s term is less than a year away and other health priorities are likely to shift into focus. first.
This report details the regulatory framework for electronic cigarette products in France, including age, product, packaging and advertising restrictions, public use, notification requirements, taxation, and penalties.
Main topics covered:
3 France: the basics
4 National regulatory framework
5 Age restrictions
6 Product restrictions
7 Labeling and packaging
8 Notification obligation
9 Retail channel restrictions
10 Public use
11 Advertising and marketing
14 Relevant laws
15 Competent bodies
For more information on this report, visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/jhq5rn