South Africa a step closer to plain packaging tobacco products
In 2017 the World Trade Organisation decided to uphold legislation in Australia which severely restricted the advertisement of tobacco products on the ground that the legislation qualified as a legitimate public health measure. Following on from this, it was expected that new legislation in South Africa would likely follow suit in prescribing stricter requirements for the advertisement of tobacco products.
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