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Australia's plain packaging win over Philip Morris should take the heat off ISDS

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imagePhilip Morris tried to game the system. It lost.Tracey Nearmy/AAP

Christmas has come early for advocates of tobacco control, with tobacco giant Philip Morris’s lawsuit against Australian plain packaging legislation ruled invalid. Australia will not have to pay any damages to Philip Morris. Indeed, it is likely that Philip Morris will be...

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