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The International Policy Network (IPN) was a think tank based in the City of London, founded 1971, and closed in September 2011. It was a non-partisan, non-profit organization, but critics said it was a "corporate-funded campaigning group". IPN ran campaigns on issues such as trade, development, healthcare and the environment. IPN’s campaigns were pro-free market.

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  • IPN
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  • The International Policy Network (IPN) was a think tank based in the City of London, founded 1971, and closed in September 2011. It was a non-partisan, non-profit organization, but critics said it was a "corporate-funded campaigning group". IPN ran campaigns on issues such as trade, development, healthcare and the environment. IPN’s campaigns were pro-free market. (en)
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  • The International Institute for Economic Research (en)
  • The Atlas Economic Research Foundation (UK) (en)
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  • Defunct
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  • IPN (en)
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  • 2011 (xsd:integer)
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  • 1971 (xsd:integer)
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  • The Atlas Economic Research Foundation (en)
  • The International Institute for Economic Research (en)
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  • Sir Antony Fisher (en)
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  • London (en)
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  • International Policy Network (en)
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  • Defunct (en)
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  • The Freedom to Trade Campaign (en)
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  • Non-partisan, non-profit think tank (en)
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  • The International Policy Network (IPN) was a think tank based in the City of London, founded 1971, and closed in September 2011. It was a non-partisan, non-profit organization, but critics said it was a "corporate-funded campaigning group". IPN ran campaigns on issues such as trade, development, healthcare and the environment. IPN’s campaigns were pro-free market. (en)
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  • International Policy Network (en)
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  • International Policy Network (en)
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