International trade agreements are arrangements agreed by two or more countries that govern the flow of goods, services and investment between them. These include bilateral trade agreements (between two countries), multilateral agreements such as those administered through the World TradebOrganization (WTO) and plurilateral agreements which are being increasingly negotiated outside the WTO. The traditional aim of such agreements is to reduce barriers to the free flow of trade, harmonize regulatory frameworks and integrate supply chains, in order to stimulate economic growth and integrate the global economy.Reducing Maternal Mortality as a Human RightStatement by the World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA) on the Zika virus and the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic and Paralympic Games
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