Media: EU is major vaccine exporter in spite of supply problems

The New York Times dismisses that the EU displays vaccine protectionism. Rather, the contrary is the case.

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The EU is far from exhibiting the protectionist vaccine behavior that it has been accused of. Actually, the opposite is the case.

In fact, the EU – since it is the world's largest vaccine manufacturer – is also a major exporter, even though it struggles to procure enough vaccines for the populations in its own member countries.

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