The sale of e-cigarettes is not regulated; therefore, the sale of e-cigarettes is allowed.
The law prohibits smoking e-cigarettes in many specified public places, including, but not limited to, restaurants, educational facilities, and health facilities. However, designated smoking rooms with ventilation are required in several other types of indoor public places, such as public areas of hotels, dormitories, airports, and train stations. Where smoking is restricted to designated smoking rooms, the total area set aside for smoking may not exceed 10% of the total floor area of the premises. The law also prohibits smoking in all public transport; however, this prohibition is generally not enforced in private taxis.
There is no law addressing e-cigarette advertising, promotion, and sponsorship; therefore, advertising, promotion, and sponsorship of e-cigarettes are allowed.
There is no law addressing the sale of e-cigarettes through the internet; therefore, the sale of e-cigarettes through the internet is allowed.
There is no law addressing health claims in e-cigarette advertising; therefore, health claims in e-cigarette advertising are allowed.
There is no law addressing flavors in e-cigarettes; therefore, the use of flavors in e-cigarettes is allowed.
There is no law addressing health warnings on e-cigarette product packaging; therefore, health warnings on e-cigarette packaging are not required.
There is no law addressing other product packaging and labeling requirements for e-cigarettes; therefore, there are no other product packaging and labeling requirements.
There is no law addressing nicotine concentration levels in e-cigarettes; therefore, there is no prescribed maximum nicotine concentration.