Navigating conflicting mandates and interests in the governance of the commercial determinants of health: the case of tobacco in Fiji and Vanuatu.
The consumption of tobacco, alcohol, and ultra-processed foods and beverages is driving the global noncommunicable disease (NCD) crisis. The commercial determinants of health (CDOH) have been recognized as the practices of industries aimed at increasing the availability, affordability, desirability, and consumption of commodities that are risk factors for NCDs. Addressing CDOH requires policy coherence across multiple government sectors; however, the objectives of these sectors do not always...[Show more]
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