The Tobacco Wars: International Trade Disputes and Tobacco Control

Speakers:
The Honorable Carlos Gianelli Derois Ambassador of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay to the United States
Joshua Sharfstein Former Principal Deputy Commissioner, U.S. Food & Drug Administration
Presider:
Thomas J. Bollyky Senior Fellow for Global Health, Economics, and Development, Council on Foreign Relations
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Attended by representatives from the private sector, academia, and government and legal communities, this meeting explored the increasing number of international trade disputes involving tobacco control measures and the challenges that governments face in balancing international trade and tobacco control objectives.

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