The Tobacco Plain Packaging Act 2011 in Australia has set in motion a global debate. The act mandates that the design of tobacco products and their packaging is standardised so that only the brand name can be retained, in a standard typeface, colour and size.
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Henry Goh, Lim Eng Leong , WTO, trademark, plain packaging, cigarettes,