D18 - Measures taken to prevent, detect and investigate practices related to licensing

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Party 2020 Region
Austria Answer not provided WHO European Region
Belgium Report not provided WHO European Region
Benin pas de mesures particulières car il ne sagit de licence, mais dune lettre interministérielle autorisant la mise sur le marché dune marque de cigarettes WHO African Region
Brazil Report not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Burkina Faso Une commission est mise en place et statut le cas échéant WHO African Region
Cabo Verde En aplicant la loi anti fraude license suspension WHO African Region
Chad Answer not provided WHO African Region
Comoros - Les ministères de léconomie , finance et Santé en collaboration avec la police déploient des stratégies de contrôles pour éviter la contre bande des produits de tabac dans le pays. WHO African Region
Congo Voir loi sur la propriété et celle sur la fraude WHO African Region
Costa Rica Mayores controles. WHO Region of the Americas
Côte d'Ivoire contrôle inopiné saisie fermeture WHO African Region
Croatia Report not provided WHO European Region
Cyprus Report not provided WHO European Region
Czech Republic Report not provided WHO European Region
Ecuador Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Eswatini Report not provided WHO African Region
European Union Authorisation is subject to conditions that authorities are entitled to set out to prevent any possible evasion or abuse. Authorised warehousekeepers in the EU are required to i.a. provide a guarantee, keep accounts of stock and movements of excise goods and consent to all monitoring and stock checks. Member States may set out further requirements for the establishment of tax warehouses and some may ensure any breach of conditions of authorisation may result in revocation of authorisation. Customs authorities may assess whether the business activity is legitimate and may carry out supervisory visits/checks, audits etc. Some further requirements established by Member States include: permanent presence of authorised customs officers, security measures, written declarations etc. An example of thorough stock checking in Member States, including supervised weighing of product to ensure quantities reported are accurate. WHO European Region
Fiji Annual licensing requirements WHO Western Pacific Region
France Report not provided WHO European Region
Gabon Report not provided WHO African Region
Gambia Answer not provided WHO African Region
Germany Report not provided WHO European Region
Guinea Report not provided WHO African Region
Hungary Report not provided WHO European Region
India Report not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Iran (Islamic Republic of) Those activities constitute with The Anti-Smuggling Law, , The Anti-Money Laundering Act and The Law of State Sanctions. WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Iraq سحب الترخيص ضبط وأتلاف أو أعادة تصدير منتجات التبغ الغير مطابقة للمواصفات القياسية WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Kenya Report not provided WHO African Region
Kuwait Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Latvia Answer not provided WHO European Region
Lithuania Report not provided WHO European Region
Luxembourg Report not provided WHO European Region
Madagascar Report not provided WHO African Region
Mali RAS WHO African Region
Malta Report not provided WHO European Region
Mauritius Inspection of regulated products is carried out after application and clearance is issued following conformity to NAPRO Regulations WHO African Region
Mongolia Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Montenegro No measures are implemented regarding this particular question. WHO European Region
Nicaragua Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Niger Answer not provided WHO African Region
Nigeria Report not provided WHO African Region
Norway n/a WHO European Region
Pakistan Report not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Panama No aplica WHO Region of the Americas
Portugal Report not provided WHO European Region
Qatar licensing processes are linked to enforcement team of more than 55 inspectors enforcing Tobacco law no10 implementations licenses for Tobacco are controlled by technical committee to check and ensure proper implementation WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Samoa The measures are in placed to prevent irregular or fraudulent practices in the operation of the licensing system are regular monitoring and enforcement of the Tobacco Control Act 2008 and the Tobacco Control Amendment Act 2019 WHO Western Pacific Region
Saudi Arabia Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Senegal Ces mesures sont prévues dans le projet futur de décret portant sur louverture et la fermeture des débits de tabac. WHO African Region
Serbia Licensing system is established through The Law on Tobacco. Tobacco Administration’s internal procedures are in place to secure regular and legal practices through three levels of control before the license is issued. Periodically internal and external audits take place WHO European Region
Seychelles Report not provided WHO African Region
Slovakia Report not provided WHO European Region
Spain Report not provided WHO European Region
Sri Lanka 1. Check the authenticity of the documents 2. Field infection ( occasional) WHO South-East Asia Region
Sweden Answer not provided WHO European Region
Togo retrait de la licence WHO African Region
Turkey Without getting a facility and production licence; Those who set up and operate tobacco products plants or factories are punished with imprisonment from one year to three years and judicial fines from five thousand days to ten thousand days. Penalties for tobacco and tobacco products smuggling are increased from half to twice the penalties imposed on other products, and the punishment cannot be less than three years. (16) Those who manufacture or introduce copies of labels, holograms, stamps, stamps or similar marks applied to tobacco products, and those who possess, transfer, sell or use them, are sentenced to imprisonment from three to six years and up to twenty thousand days administrative punishment. WHO European Region
Turkmenistan Report not provided WHO European Region
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland HMRCs assurance of registration and licencing schemes follow a risk based approach. Our strategy is to promote compliance, prevent and respond to non-compliance, allowing us to target risk more effectively. WHO European Region
Uruguay No hay un sistema de cocesión de licencias WHO Region of the Americas
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