While countries such as New Zealand and Ireland remain committed to plain packaging legislation for tobacco products, Australia’s regime remains the centre of World Trade Organisation (WTO) scrutiny. The news that the WTO will consider five complaints together means that the question of whether Australia’s regime conflicts with international trademark protection rules will likely be ruled upon later this year.

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