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The news links are part of the research project GESPAM (Geopolitica, Salute Pubblica e Accesso alle Medicine/Geopolitics, Public Health and Access to Medicines), which aims to focus on the best options for the use of trade and government rules related to public health by resource-limited countries


News Link 90

Study reveals German-US scepticism over TTIP 

NGOs: Germany’s development promises are ‘deception’ 

April 2014 WHO Guidelines for the Screening, Care and Treatment of Persons with Hepatitis C Infection  

Global response to hepatitis C hangs on access to new oral drugs 

New South Africa IP Policy Unlikely Before May Elections 

EU: Let’s turn on the light to help Africa prosper

EU-Africa Summit Eyes Increased Trade, Investment Ties  

New EU programme to strengthen land governance in ten African countries  

UPDATED: Nigeria declares N80.3 trillion GDP, beats South Africa as continent’s biggest economy 

How Nigeria Became Africa’s Largest Economy Overnight

India’s goals at the BRICS bank

World Bank ‘Development’ Driving – Not Solving – Inequality, Poverty and Concentration of Wealth 

Conditionally yours: An analysis of the policy conditions attached to IMF loans  

Where has all the money gone? STOP tax dodging (Ireland)

GlaxoSmithKline confronts new bribery allegations, this time in Iraq 

Global Fund And Tiered Medicines Pricing Under Debate 

Mobile Persuasion: Can mobile phones and cutting-edge behavioral science improve lives?  

UN Rome-Based Agencies Reveal Food Security and Nutrition Targets for Post-2015 Agenda  

Biofortified Beans to Fight ‘Hidden Hunger’ in Rwanda

PLOS Medicine and Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene: A Committed Relationship

Global Alliance for the Treatment of Chagas Disease: Thinking About the Patients  

The drug and vaccine landscape for neglected diseases (2000—11): a systematic assessment

Global health funding reaches new high as funding priorities shift 

Italy’s contribution to global health: the need for a paradigm shift 

NGO-NGO learning: what works?