Tags : Vaping in Switzerland
Until recently considered a slow adopter of anti-smoking regulations, the Swiss nation is now working to align with the global trend. With a smoking rate of almost 25 %, which is low compared to many, the country is nevertheless beginning to concern the World Health Organisation (WHO). It must be kept in mind that Switzerland […]En savoir plus
After two years of deliberations, the Federal Administrative Tribunal (TAF) finally assented to the commercialisation of e-liquids containing nicotine. The law should come into force in 2022. It was half-hearted victory, as the measure was tied to a number of conditions that the vaping community do not approve of. Currently, Swiss legislation forbids the sale of […]En savoir plus
Philip Morris is having a hard time in Switzerland: the cigarette manufacturer has been forced to cancel the scheduled opening of an IQOS concept store at the heart of the trendy Flon neighbourhood in downtown Lausanne. The concept store was set up to host sampling events (for over 18s only). A place where visitors could have […]En savoir plus
In 2016, the Swiss parliament rejected a law proposal relating to the tobacco industry. Reviewed and gutted of the most controversial elements, the new law should come into force very soon. It establishes a new framework for all nicotine-containing products in the country. Last year, the proposal included a proposal to ban cigarette advertising in cinemas, […]En savoir plus
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