TPP to hurt medicines compliance: report

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement poses risks to Australians in terms of medicines compliance and affordability, tobacco and alcohol policies and nutrition labelling, a new report has found. And Shadow Health Minister Catherine King has demanded the Abbott Government assure Australians that the TPP will not lead to higher prices for medicines in Australia. The report,

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