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"While these five health crises have differing causes, each emerged as corporations consolidated their power to shape the global economy in ways that increased their ability to influence health-and-living conditions. While corporations gained power, individuals, communities, and government lost their capacity to make the decisions that shaped their well-being and their lives. ..." – By Nicholas Freudenberg
"International financial organizations that lend to developing countries are the subject of controversy. Their functions, structures and effectiveness have generated important debates across disciplines, analysts and positions on the ideological-political spectrum. ..." – By Pablo Nemiña and María Emilia Val
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