This briefing paper reviews the evidence submitted to PETRA between 2020-21 for its enquiry into the relationship between trade and health. The paper identifies a number of issues facing the public health community that will need to be addressed in order to ensure that both public health professionals and trade policy makers understand the relationship. These include: the siloed nature of the evidence, the complex nature of trade and trade agreements, and the need to identify where knowledge is lacking and where there is a need for translation into appropriate policy contexts.

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