Health spending growth at zero: which countries, which sectors are most affected? is a 2013 report, published by the OECD.
Health spending slowed markedly or fell in many OECD countries recently after years of continuous growth, according to OECD health data 2012. As a result of the global economic crisis which began in 2008, a zero rate of growth in health expenditure was recorded on average in 2010 and preliminary estimates for 2011 suggest that low or negative growth in health spending continued in may of the countries for which data is available.
Europe: action plan on the enforcement of intellectual property rights is a 2014 report, published by the European Commission.
On July 1, 2014, the Commission adopted a Communication on an Action Plan aimed at renewing the consensus on the enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights.
With this Action Plan, the Commission seeks to re-orientate its policy for intellectual property enforcement towards a better compliance of IP rights by all economic actors. Rather than penalizing the citizen for infringing - often unknowingly - IP rights, the actions set out in this Action Plan pave the way towards a "follow the money approach", seeking to deprive commercial scale infringers of the revenue flows that draw them into such activities.