The vulnerability of being ill informed: the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement and Global Public Health.

Abstract

The Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) is a regional trade agreement currently being negotiated by 11 Pacific Rim countries, excluding China. While the negotiations are being conducted under a veil of secrecy, substantive leaks over the past 4 years have revealed a broad view of the proposed contents. As it stands the TPPA poses serious risks to… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/pubmed/fdu061

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@article{Greenberg2014TheVO, title={The vulnerability of being ill informed: the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement and Global Public Health.}, author={Henry M Greenberg and Stephanie Shiau}, journal={Journal of public health}, year={2014}, volume={36 3}, pages={355-7} }