North America and Scandinavia join plain packaging ranks; tobacco industry denies the fight is lost 02 Jun 16
This week’s annual World No Tobacco Day was a landmark one for health and anti-tobacco groups, with three governments announcing imminent plain packaging measures. Canada, New Zealand and Norway all made separate announcements on their plans for standardised packaging – a move that one tobacco company tells World Trademark Review was “expected” but is not the end of the fight.
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