In 2010 Philip Morris International initiated a law suit with an arbitration panel of the World Bank alleging that two of Uruguay’s tobacco control laws violated a bi-lateral treaty with Switzerland. On 8 July 2016, the tribunal dismissed all of PMI’s claims and ordered the company to pay Uruguay’s legal costs. The following briefings by the Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids summarise the tribunal’s findings.
PMI v Uruguay ruling - key findings CTFK 2016
Joint submission to the Uruguay proceedings by WHO and the FCTC Secretariat.