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Correction to: USMCA (NAFTA 2.0): tightening the constraints on the right to regulate for public health

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The original article was published in Globalization and Health 2019 15:35

Correction to: Globalization and Health (2019) 15:35.

https://doi.org/10.1186/s12992-019-0476-8

Following publication of the original article [1], the authors flagged an error concerning two missing article references, which were unfortunately not provided prior to publication of the article.

The two missing references are:

Firstly:

Lexchin, J. (2019) Increase in drug spending in Canada due to extension of data protection for biologics: a descriptive study. Healthcare Policy 14 (3) 10–18.doi:https://doi.org/10.12927/hcpol.2019.25796

This should be referenced under the sub-heading ‘Pharmaceuticals and access to medicines’ in place of the first two (under this sub-heading) references to reference ‘9’.

Secondly:

O’Brien P, Gleeson D, Room R, Wilkinson C. Marginalising health information: implications of the Trans Pacific Partnership for alcohol labelling. Melbourne University Law Review. 2017;41(1):341–91.

This should be referenced under the sub-heading ‘Agriculture’ in place of the second (under this sub-heading) reference to reference ‘30’.

The authors apologize for this error.

Reference

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    Labonté et al. (2019) USMCA (NAFTA 2.0): tightening the constraints on the right to regulate for public health (2019) 15:35 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12992-019-0476-8

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