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A Generation on: Baby milk marketing still putting children's lives at risk - media briefing

Author: Save the Children UK
Year: 2007
Resource type: News

A Generation on: Baby milk marketing still putting children's lives at risk.

Media briefing by Save the Children (UK) on the Code using examples from UK, Botswana, Bangladesh, and including violations of the code. Find the document by downloading below or following this link.

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