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Agriculture in the Doha Round
by Neil Andrews
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0850928125, Paperback)A new impetus has been given to faltering WTO trade discussions by the recent EU mandate supporting the liberalisation of agricultural trade policies and removal of export subsidies on agricultural products, within an environment in which all countries start reforming their trade policies.
Until now, discussions have centred on agriculture in general, rather than at specific commodity level. This paper rises to the challenge laid down by the EU by identifying the specific commodities for which developing countries would gain benefit in any subsequent reforms.
Agricultural Export Subsidies and Developing Countries’ Interests outlines the nature of export subsidies. It discusses the effect of reform on developing countries, indicating the scale of any changes. The policy implications of removing agricultural support in the EU are given and the consequences for net food exporting and importing countries examined. Finally, the paper considers the impact of EU agricultural policy reform on other policies, such as the Protocols of the Lomé Convention.
(previously announced as EU Farm Subsidies and Developing Countries)
(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:19:27 -0400)
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