Finishing global farm trade reform : implications for developing countries / Kym Anderson.

"The study reviews policy developments in recent years and, in the light of that, explores ways in which further consensus might be reached among WTO members to reduce farm trade distortions - and thereby also progress the multilateral trade reform agenda. Particular attention is given to ways...

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Online Access: Full Text (via Cambridge)
Main Author: Anderson, Kym (Author)
Format: Electronic eBook
Language:English
Published: [Adelaide], South Australia : University of Adelaide Press, [2017]
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505 0 |a Executive summary -- Introduction -- Why open agricultural trade matters -- Reform achievements so far, and GATT/WTO contributions -- Remaining barriers to farm trade -- Trade and welfare effects of further partial reforms under WTO -- Ongoing and emerging issues in agricultural trade negotiations -- Ways forward -- References. 
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