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Possible Compromise on Access to Vaccines — draft understanding between EU, US, South Africa and India

Terence Stewart | Current Thoughts on Trade | 03/17/2022

Press articles and a release from the World Trade Organization indicate that the small group negotiations between the European Union, United States, India and South Africa have reached a compromise…

Building Vaccine Capacity in Africa–Exciting News From BioNTech

Terrence P. Stewart | Current Thoughts on Trade | 02/16/2022

BioNTech which has partnered with P...

The World Needs a COVID-19 Vaccine Investment and Trade Agreement

Chad P. Bown & Thomas J. Bollyky | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 10/13/2021

What Vaccine Supply Tells Us About International Trade

Paul Krugman | The New York Times | 08/10/2021

For many of us, Chad Bown of the Peterson Institute for Int...

A World Divided: Global Vaccine Trade and Production

Lionel Guetta-Jeanrenaud, Niclas Poiters, Reinhilde Veugelers | Bruegel | 07/20/2021

Perhaps surprisingly, l...

Vaccine Competition May Now Be The World’s Best Bet

John Kampfner | Chatham House | 06/30/2021

Relations between the major powers are at their worst for decade...

Time to Make Essential Medicines Within the United States

Darrell M. West | Brookings Institute | 06/15/2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed many problems in A...


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