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Can International Standards Prevent Corporate Malpractice? The Case of Baby Food

Author: Mike Brady, Campaigns and Networking Coordinator of Baby Milk Action, OneWorld Guest Editorial, Published on: 23 February 2004

Despite the WHA’s [World Health Assembly's] adoption of the code [International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes], however, the industry has continued to attempt to use its economic and political influence to undermine the provisions...Now IBFAN has published its report, "Using International Tools to Stop Corporate Malpractice: Does it Work?", on how effective the code has been. [refers to Nestlé]

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Related companies: Nestlé