Last updated: June 1, 2020
The law does not regulate the contents of cigarettes; therefore, there are no specified penalties.
To align with FCTC Art. 9 and the FCTC Arts. 9 & 10 Guidelines, the law should regulate the contents of cigarettes and impose sanctions for violations.
The law does not require disclosure by manufacturers or importers of information on the contents or emissions of their cigarettes.
The law does require that the government demand such disclosure and that the disclosed information be published nationally, but the law appears to establish penalties only in relation to information about contents, components, and emissions provided in health warnings on tobacco product packaging.
To align with FCTC Art. 10 and the FCTC Arts. 9 & 10 Guidelines, the law should require disclosure and impose sanctions for disclosure violations.