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Who's Who in WHO (General)

by dulan drift, Saturday, April 25, 2020, 08:10 (218 days ago) @ dulan drift

"During the 2018-2019 two-year period, the U.S. share came to about $893 million in assessed dues and voluntary contributions, while China paid $86 million, according to publicly available WHO data.

Despite its status as the world’s No. 2 economic power, China has historically contributed far less than donors such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the United Kingdom and Germany."

That begs the question - How does China wield so much influence? Seems it's more to do with which countries are in your political pocket than anything related to health or financial contribution to the organization.

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