Posts Tagged ‘investment’


Is the Trans-Pacific Partnership a win for tobacco control? A first look at the tobacco carve-out

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Finally, after years of negotiation, speculation, anticipation and/or trepidation, the full text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has been released. Undoubtedly, lawyers around the world will be pouring over the details over the next weeks and months, as will the US congress in order to decide whether to approve or reject the agreement in its […]

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Health Implications of Coca-Cola Investment in Myanmar?

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This post was written by Benn McGrady, Project Director of the O’Neill Institute’s Trade, Investment, and Health Initiative.  It was originally published on the O’Neill Institute’s Trade, Investment, and Health Initiative Blog.  Any comments or questions about this post can be directed to bm363@law.georgetown.edu.   To much fanfare in the US media Coca-Cola has announced […]

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O’Neill Institute Blog on Trade, Investment, and Health

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Please check out the O’Neill Institute’s blog on Trade, Investment, and Health.  Part of the O’Neill Institute’s Initiative on Trade, Investment, and Health, the blog examines current and emerging issues at the intersection of these fields. Recent posts include: GMO Wheat leads to Import Restrictions in Japan and Korea. EU– India FTA Negotiations: Opening a New […]

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