Russian Announces E-cigarette Minimum Price Policy Enforcement

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Russian Announces E-cigarette Minimum Price Policy Enforcement
According to Russian tobacco consultancy Fedotov Group, the government plans to implement a minimum price policy for e-cigarettes on November 1, affecting disposable ENDS.

According to a report from Russian news agency RIA Novosti on September 1, Evgeny Fedotov, the head of the tobacco consulting firm Fedotov Group, announced that the government has revealed its plan for implementing a minimum pricing policy for e-cigarettes, which is set to take effect on November 1.


The organization also clarified that this will also affect disposable electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) with liquid. Fyodorov believes that there may be a short transitional period for all stakeholders to have time to finalize ongoing transactions and adapt to the new prices, as well as to eventually remove unlabelled products from the market.


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