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Tariffs Corruption And Other Impediments To Medicinal Access In Developing Countries: Field Evidence

Africa Fighting Malaria | 06 Aug 2006 | Medical News Today

Lengthy customs procedures, onerous bureaucratic hurdles and tariff related corruption at borders are highlighted as barriers to accessing medicines in a new report published by the American Enterprise Institute. The report "Tariffs, Corruption and Other Impediments to Medicinal Access in Developing Countries: Field Evidence" presents evidence from interviews conducted with various organizations involved in supplying medicines and medical devices to developing countries.