WTO ruling likely to encourage more countries to pass plain packaging laws
INTA is "extremely disappointed" with WTO ruling that plain packaging measures in Australia promote the improvement of public health and do not infringe companies’ intellectual property rights
The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has released a report stating that Australia’s plain packaging laws for tobacco products do not infringe intellectual property rights and aim to improve public health. It has rejected claims that using other strategies could achieve...
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