Sweden’s short-lived 2014 ban on e-cigarettes was overturned earlier last year, meaning e-cigarettes are now legal in Sweden.
A bill was also drafted last year to implement the EU TPD with some excessively harsh additional regulations attached, such as no public vaping and the majority of products being banned from shelves, but this was not passed.
The EU TPD has therefore not yet transposed into Swedish law and e-cigarettes are currently legal in all forms, including vaping indoors. Although, this is all set to change in the coming months.
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Sweden became a Party to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control on October 5, 2005.
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