International trade agreements, including the General Agreement on Trade in Services, are central elements of globalisation. These agreements are likely to have significant implications for population health in rich nations such as Australia as well as in the developing world. But the technical language of the legal agreements and the comparative secrecy of the negotiations and approval procedures make it difficult for most people to be adequately informed about them. Australian public health...[Show more]
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