The mandatory reform of the emblematic Anti-Tobacco Law to adapt it to the provisions of the latest European Directive on the supply, consumption and advertising of tobacco products has once again put e-cigarettes in the spotlight and their particular regulatory environment, which navigates in the lack of definition between its consideration as a therapeutic alternative to traditional tobacco or as a product related to it. Among many other areas, this lack of definition also affects its fiscal treatment.

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