Schram, Ashley; Townsend, Belinda
The commitments that states make within international trade and investment agreements have both direct and indirect effects on the health of the population. For example, these treaties can influence food environments and dietary health, regulatory policy space for alcohol control measures, as well as costs of medicines and access to healthcare. This chapter provides an introduction to the international trade and investment regime and how it intersects with important issues in global health...[Show more]
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