Australia Reported to Win Landmark Trade Case on Tobacco Plain Packaging

Tobacco companies have fought plain packaging because they know it works. According to media reports in WASHINGTON, DC, the World Trade Organization (WTO) has ruled that Australia’s pioneering law requiring plain packaging for tobacco products does not violate international trade and intellectual property agreements

Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids has issued a press release for immediate circulation on this potential landmark victory in the global fight against tobacco use and a resounding defeat for the tobacco industry. 


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