Donors want more facts before finalising USD 1.5b subsidy for vaccine industry

A decision to commit USD 1.5 billion for the Advance Market Commitment, a subsidy package that aims to stimulate production of vaccines for poor countries, is just weeks away. Yet the six donors, including Norway, are still waiting for key facts about how the subsidy will work. MSF has asked for background information about AMC to be put in the public domain to allow for informed debate. This has been promised, but has not yet materialised.

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