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
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EU diplomats agree to 7% biofuels cap
The US Farm Bill: What implications for Africa?
The global cotton market has changed: What does it mean for African producers?
How does the US Farm Bill affect food security in Sub-Saharan Africa?
World No Tobacco Day 2014: Raise taxes on tobacco, a proven weapon of mass destruction!
Huge divide over Uganda’s HIV prevention bill
South African Trade Minister Davies: Election Result May Mean Fast Action On IP Policy
New EU framework for protection of trade secrets
How the new Global Fund-WHO partnership will work
WHO Executive Board Wraps Up Post-WHA Work
Developing Entrepreneurial Spirit in Nigeria
“We Are Not Job-Seekers, We Are Job-Creators”– Turning Unemployment into Entrepreneurship
Lagarde Urges Africa to Act on Poverty
Africa Developing Unified Climate Strategy
Advancing Global Food Security in the Face of a Changing Climate
Modi’s daunting development task
5 Predictions for Indiaâs Development Cooperation Under New Government
What you may have missed: Narendra Modiâs message to China
For Telehealth Patient Safety Insists Upon An Evolution In Policy
White-washing e societÃ scientifiche
WHO: update on the Geneva buildings renovation strategy
World Bank says half of proposed $400 million savings found
World Bank leaders planning staff cuts
Spare the rod – the biology of poverty and violence
Rapporto Osservasalute 2013. Stato di salute e qualitÃ dellâassistenza nelle regioni italiane