Spain Introduces New E-Cigarette Sales Regulations

Spain Introduces New E-Cigarette Sales Regulations
Spain approves new law regulating e-cigarette sales, requiring parliament approval; retailers closed within 5 years, tobacco only legal channel.

The Spanish government has approved a new proposed law to regulate the sale of electronic cigarettes, which will require approval from parliament before it can take effect.


If the proposal is officially implemented, local e-cigarette retail stores will be closed within five years, and tobacco merchants will become the only legal channel for e-cigarette products.


The proposed law aims to align the standards for electronic cigarettes with those of traditional tobacco products, including quality control, advertising regulations, a ban on online sales, and protections for minors, with strict measures to combat illegal sale of e-cigarettes. The government states that this will bring Spain in line with European regulations for the sale of e-cigarettes and ensure consumer safety.




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