Trade and health: how World Trade Organization(WTO) law affects alcohol and public health

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Baumberg Geiger, Ben; Anderson, Peter;

The alcohol field is becoming more aware of the consequences of world trade law for alcohol policies. However,\ud there is a need for greater clarity about the different effects of trade on alcohol-related harm. Methods A comprehensive review of all literature on alcoho... View more
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