Six global forwarders will ultimately determine the rates paid to airlines by Unicef for vaccine distribution.
Yesterday, 16 airlines announced they had signed MoUs with Unicef to support its global vaccination plan.
The agreements, which last five years, do not include pricing, according to the UN children’s organisation.
“Pricing is outside the scope of the MoU, but will remain subject to competitive bidding with the nominated forwarders,” said Mounir Bouazar, Covid-19 vaccine global …
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