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2. Rationale for Global Collective Action
2.1. Strengthening Public Health Authorities’ Political Position
2.2. Transnational Negative Economic Consequences of NCDs
2.3. Globalization of the Food System
2.4. Non-State Actors
3. Phases of the Policy Process
3.1. Agenda Setting
3.2. Policy Development
3.3. Policy Selection
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