FT Health Discusses Debate Over Taxing Unhealthy Products, Features Interview With Jim O’Neill

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The latest issue of the Financial Times’ weekly global health newsletter discusses the debate over taxing unhealthy products to improve the health of populations. The newsletter also features an interview with Jim O’Neill, former chair of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, about his co-authorship of a new book on antimicrobial resistance, and provides a round-up of other global health-related news stories (Dodd/Jack, 4/13).

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