DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Netherlands: E-Cigarette Regulation” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
This report provides a detailed overview of the current regulatory framework in place in the Netherlands for e-cigarettes, as well as the possible future changes to the regime.
The Dutch government continues to implement the anti-tobacco requirements of the National Prevention Agreement (NPA), initiating potential changes to the tobacco legislation.
This means that in the near future, we expect to see concrete legislative proposals in the Netherlands. The proposals could deal with a number of changes, from plain packaging for vaping products to some age, sales and public place usage restrictions.
This regulatory report will provide you with:
A clear and detailed understanding of current regulatory requirements affecting this sector in a specific jurisdiction, enabling you to be confident your business and your products are compliant.
The ability to plan ahead for specific regulatory changes.
Strategic understanding of the policy climate within the jurisdiction, enabling you to forecast how it might affect business development.
Sources of further information, for example links to full texts of legislation and contact details for relevant government offices.
Key Topics Covered:
Netherlands: the basics
National regulatory framework
Labelling and packaging
Obligation to notify
Retail channel restrictions
Advertising and marketing
For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/9tpsj1
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