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Brazil's Crackdown on Illegal E-cigarette Trafficking: ELFBAR, OXBAR, IGNITE Included
Brazil's Crackdown on Illegal E-cigarette Trafficking: ELFBAR, OXBAR, IGNITE Included
Brazilian Federal Police seize over 10,000 reais, 500 e-cigarettes, and other goods in operation against smuggling in Chapecó.
Regulations
Jul.12
Brazilian Police Seize Thousands of E-Cigarettes in Rio Raid
Brazilian Police Seize Thousands of E-Cigarettes in Rio Raid
Brazilian police seize 4,000 e-cigarettes in Rio raid, arresting two suspects from major distributor, valued at over $73,746.
Jun.20
Illegal E-cigarette Trafficking: Brazilian Federal Police Seize Products
Illegal E-cigarette Trafficking: Brazilian Federal Police Seize Products
Brazil police seize illegal e-cigarettes in "POD II" operation in Palmas, leading to one arrest for smuggling charges.
Jun.12
Brazil Senate Delays E-cigarette Legislation Vote by 30 Days
Brazil Senate Delays E-cigarette Legislation Vote by 30 Days
Brazilian Senate delays e-cigarette bill discussion for 30 days, considering amendments to prevent underage sales and taxation concerns.
Jun.12
Brazilian Congress to Vote on E-Cigarette Legislation Next Week
Brazilian Congress to Vote on E-Cigarette Legislation Next Week
A bill on e-cigarettes will be on the agenda in the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies this week.
Jun.11
The Shocking Trend of E-cigarette Use among Young Brazilians
The Shocking Trend of E-cigarette Use among Young Brazilians
A study on e-cigarettes in Brazil shows surprising usage rates among youth, sparking concerns about lack of regulation.
Jun.06
The High Risk of E-cigarette Dependency Among Adolescents
The High Risk of E-cigarette Dependency Among Adolescents
Research from Instituto do Coração reveals alarming lack of awareness among teens about the risks of e-cigarette addiction.
Industry Insight
May.30
Brazil Cracks Down on E-cigarette Crimes: Smuggling, Fraud, and More
Brazil Cracks Down on E-cigarette Crimes: Smuggling, Fraud, and More
Brazilian Federal Police (PF) and National Health Regulatory Agency (Anvisa) crack down on e-cigarette crimes involving smuggling, forgery, and tax evasion.
Regulations
May.29
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