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全球電子香煙的法律、規定分析 2015年

Global Electronic Cigarette Legal and Regulatory Analysis 2015

出版商 BIS Research 商品編碼 327623
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 68 Pages
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全球電子香煙的法律、規定分析 2015年 Global Electronic Cigarette Legal and Regulatory Analysis 2015
出版日期: 2015年04月01日 內容資訊: 英文 68 Pages

有許多法規徹底影響電子香煙市場。歐洲施行的法規,煙草製品指令 (TPD) 的發展,雖然預計在英國等以好的架構實行,但是在瑞典和荷蘭結果是禁止。


第1章 電子香煙法規分析

  • 電子香煙市場概要
  • 歐洲議會及歐洲閣僚理事會
  • WHO (世界衛生組織)
  • MHRA (英國醫藥品、醫療產品法規廳) 的政策
  • FCTC (香煙法規結構條約)
  • FDA (美國食品藥物管理局) 法規

第2章 美國

  • 大環境分析
  • 結論

第3章 加拿大

  • 大環境分析
  • 結論

第4章 英國

  • 法律規範

第5章 德國

  • 簡介
  • 法律規範
  • 大環境分析
  • 結論

第6章 俄羅斯

第7章 法國

第8章 西班牙

第9章 義大利

第10章 波蘭

第11章 捷克

第12章 瑞典

第13章 挪威

第14章 荷蘭

第15章 奧地利

第16章 中國




Product Code: ST08

There are number of regulations that are radically affecting the e-cigarette market. The development of tobacco products directive (TPD) implementing regulations across Europe is expected to take place with a good framework (such as in the U.K.), and others with unfavourable frameworks amounting to bans (such as those in Sweden and Holland). Sweden has taken their interpretation to the extreme end with 100% medical route for e-cigarette. In this vein, Totally Wicked Ltd has filed a suit against the TPD at European. TPD interpretation is expected to set off a wave of legal action with different implication across various countries.

E-cigarette market faces tax uncertainty all across the globe. This has been bubbling under for some time, and the independent industry needs to seize the initiative to ensure that taxes do not favour closed systems over open systems. Particularly insidious is the potential for e-liquid to be taxed on a percentage per ml at its wholesale price.

The report presents a detailed analysis of key regulations and laws that will likely impact the electronic market and its growth globally as of early 2015.

Some of the key speculations for the market in 2015 are:

  • ISO and AEMSA certifications will play a bigger part in where people are buying their liquids from
  • First published standard for e-cigs, in the form of British Standard Institute (BSI) Publically Available Standard (PAS) 54115
  • Market expected to witness large scale consolidation as big tobacco makes inroad and increases grip on the distribution channel
  • Increased availability and acceptability of power-regulated devices owing to technological advancement and reduction in price.

Table of Contents

1 Electronic Cigarette Regulatory Analysis

  • 1.1 Overview Of E Cigarette Market 10.1
  • 1.2 The European Parliament And The Council Of The European Union
    • 1.2.1 EU Tobacco Products Directive (TPD)
      • Response to EU TPD
  • 1.3 The World Health Organization (WHO)
  • 1.4 MHRA Policy
  • 1.5 FCTC
  • 1.6 FDA Regulation

2 U.S.

  • 2.1 Pestle Analysis
    • 2.1.1 Political Challenges To The E-cigarette Market
    • 2.1.2 Economic Policies Strengthening The E-cigarette Industry
    • 2.1.3 The Play of Demographics In The E-cigarette Market
    • 2.1.4 Conducive Technological Landscape Of The Country
    • 2.1.5 Legal Framework and Market Regulations
    • 2.1.6 Environmental Concerns For E-cigarette Product Component
  • 2.2 Conclusion

3 Canada

  • 3.1 Pestle Analysis
  • 3.2 Conclusion

4 U.K.

  • 4.1 Legal and Regulatory Framework
    • 4.1.1 U.K.
      • Pestle Analysis
      • Conclusion

5 Germany

  • 5.1 Introduction
  • 5.2 Legal and Regulatory Framework
  • 5.3 Pestle Analysis
  • 5.4 Conclusion

6 Russia

  • 6.1 Legal and Regulatory Framework

7 France

  • 7.1 Legal and Regulatory Framework

8 Spain

  • 8.1 Legal and Regulatory Framework

9 Italy

  • 9.1 Legal and Regulatory Framework

10 Poland

  • 10.1 Legal and Regulatory Framework

11 Czech Republic

  • 11.1 Legal and Regulatory Framework

12 Sweden

  • 12.1 Legal and Regulatory Framework

13 Norway

  • 13.1 Legal and Regulatory Framework

14. The Netherlands

  • 14.1 Legal and Regulatory Framework

15 Austria

  • 15.1 Market Overview
  • 15.2 Legal and Regulatory Framework

16 China

  • 16.1 Legal and Regulatory Framework


  • 16.2 Legal and Regulatory Framework


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