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The faltering Doha round has led to a renewed focus on large regional trade agreements. There are two super-RTAs in the making in the Asia-Pacific and one in the Atlantic, all with rather ambitious negotiation targets, and presented as alternate means to reset global trade rules and take the...
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An ambitious, comprehensive and high-standard trade and investment agreement between the European Union and the United States is feasible, but a key concern is whether the transatlantic trade partners will succeed in creating a meaningful agreement within the tight timeline of the Transatlantic...
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The crisis has contributed to a slowdown in global trade volumes, with trade virtually stagnant in the twelve months to July 2013. In this context, fruitful negotiations in the World Trade Organisationâ??s 9th Ministerial Conference in Bali are crucial to sustain the institutionâ??s...
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The Tobacco Free Initiative announces the release of a WHO Study Group on Tobacco Product Regulation scientific advisory note on waterpipe tobacco smoking. This advisory note addresses the growing concerns about the increasing prevalence and potential health effects of tobacco smoking using...
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A practical guide to the search and retrieval methods useful in locating tobacco industry documents, with a focus on the two main sites, the Legacy Tobacco Documents Library (LTDL) at UCSF, and Tobacco DOcuments Online.
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This brochure, created by the WHO, describes the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and how this global treaty can be used to mobilize the world for global public health.
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Between 2000 and 2006, many Minnesota communities were engaged in protracted campaigns to pass ordinances that regulated smoking. Challenges were compounded in communities where multiple cities and counties shared regulatory power within what was, for economic purposes, a single population...
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