Chapter 17: Trade and health in the European Union
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Holly Jarman and Meri Koivusalo consider the substance of some of the EU’s trade negotiations, and find that if health ministers are not ‘at the table’, health policy is likely to be ‘on the menu’. In the context of new, wide-ranging trade agreements such as CETA and TTIP, providing much further economic integration than the focus of simpler trade agreements which focus on tariffs on products, governments need to make a conscious choice to carve out a clear policy space for health.

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