China Q&A e-Cigarette Regulatory Report Report 2021: What We Know So Far About China’s Proposed Tobacco Amendment – ResearchAndMarkets.com
A new draft amendment to the Chinese Tobacco Monopoly Law was released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) at the end of March 2021. It would regulate tobacco-alternatives – including e-cigarettes – in the same way as traditional tobacco, which threatens big changes to the vaping market in China.
This Q&A report is based on conversations had with the local authorities and industry insiders and aims to provide an overview of what is currently known about these recent developments. During 2020, e-cigarettes generated significant attention among lawmakers in China, and any enforced restructuring of the Chinese e-cigarette market will have major repercussions on a large and growing industry.
If you are interested in China’s vaping market and want to ensure you are fully up to date with how it is developing, then this report will help you to understand how the recently released draft amendment could affect the industry.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Executive Summary
3 What is the Proposed Regulatory Amendment?
4 Which Norms may be Amended?
5 What are E-Cigarettes and ‘Other New Tobacco Products’?
6 What Would the Amendment Change for E-Cigs and Other Nicotine Products?
7 What About Technical Standards for E-Cigarettes?
8 What Do We Expect to Happen Next?
9 Is This a Positive or Negative Development?
10 Do We Expect Any Other Legal Developments?
For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/k16y2x
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