From Development to Health

What the market does determines how much income they

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Unformatted text preview: althier for those labor workers. Workforce size roughly doubles Making them replaceable Race to the bottom line of regulation and wages Transnational corporations Changes in food processing, marketing Double burden of disease: The developed world is affected not only by communicable diseases but also non- communicable ones too Financial markets: What happens in my country does affect what happens in yours. What the market does determines how much income they make for that commodity. Integration into the world market ! volatility of commodity prices, pressure to lower ! reduction in household income Similar effects from the Asian financial crisis. Health as an industry, not a public good ! market- driven by highest...
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