Impacts of Regulatory Changes on the Global E-Cigarette market

  • ID: 4418895
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 17 Pages
  • ECigIntelligence
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Is Regulation Always a Bad Thing for the Vapour Industry?

Is regulation always a bad thing for the vapour industry? In a report based on a presentation given to industry experts in Washington, the publisher's international legal analyst Pablo Cano Trilla weighs up the evidence for and against.

The e-cigarette industry tends to regard regulation as a barrier to growth, and takes a sceptical view of regulators’ ability to create a favourable framework. However, regulation is here to stay and set to grow. It is worth asking, then, if regulation might actually help e-cigs to fulfil their potential or whether regulation is hampering the industry’s growth. This research combines market and legal analysis to give an overview of some of the early effects of regulation on some European markets and to examine some of the arguments both for and against regulation.

Reasons to Purchase:

  • Detailed look at the regulation of major global markets
  • Analysis of the untapped markets with potential
  • Investigation of the projected evolution of both the U.S. and European markets

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  • Tobacco
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Manufacturers
  • Suppliers and Providers
  • Investors
  • Distributors
  • wholesalers
  • retailers and online retailers
  • Associations
  • Government and regulators
  • Consultancy agencies
  • Legal
  • Advertising

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  • Business developers
  • Compliance Managers
  • Regulatory and market analysts
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1. Introduction
2. The world’s largest markets
3. Mapping regulation change
4. Remaining opportunities
5. Pros and cons of EU regulation
6. Negative example: EU online retail
7. Practical case study: Poland
8. Positive example: new markets in Europe
9. Case study: Belgium
10. Trends for the future: U.S. vs EU

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