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Honduras v. Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic and Honduras both appealed a Panel Report that came after Honduras challenged the Dominican Republic's general measures relating to the import and sale of imported cigarettes. The Dominican Republic contended that the Panel erred in finding that its tax stamp requirement was not justified, and Honduras contended that the Panel erred in finding that the Dominican Republic's bond requirement does not accord less favorable treatment to imported cigarettes than to domestic products. The Appellate Body upheld the Panel Report's decision on both issues.

 
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