EU-Central American trade agreement "must not restrict access to medicines"
This article was originally published in Scrip
The EU and Central America have resumed free-trade agreement (FTA) negotiations this week in Brussels. However, the NGO Health Action International warns that an FTA could restrict access to essential medicines in Central American countries.
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