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Australian Government Bans Cigarette Logos [Headlines]

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In a landmark win for governments, tobacco companies can no longer brand their cigarette packages.

Karen Baker
  • 16 august 2012

The government wins in a court case against tobacco companies on cigarette packaging, forcing them to strip cigarette boxes of any branding and sell them in generic green boxes covered with graphic health images.

The Guardian

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