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This has meant not only fiscal reform but more vigorous attempts to rein in corruption, break up monopolies in energy and communication, and aggressive public health moves, like the constitutional addendum of 2011 that guarantees all citizens “the right to nutritious, sufficient and quality food.” In fact the biggest takeaway may be that the government of the country with the world’s 14th-largest gross domestic product has placed public health above the profits of an important industry.