Tobacco control and the World Trade Organization: mapping member states' positions after the framework convention on tobacco control.

@article{Eckhardt2016TobaccoCA,
  title={Tobacco control and the World Trade Organization: mapping member states' positions after the framework convention on tobacco control.},
  author={Jappe Eckhardt and Chris Holden and Cynthia D Callard},
  journal={Tobacco control},
  year={2016},
  volume={25 6},
  pages={
          692-698
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To note the frequency of discussions and disputes about tobacco control measures at the World Trade Organization (WTO) before and after the coming into force of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC). To review trends or patterns in the positions taken by members of the WTO with respect to tobacco control measures. To discuss possible explanations for these observed trends/patterns. METHODS We gathered data on tobacco-related disputes in the WTO since its establishment… CONTINUE READING
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