Greater market access in agriculture is the key to Doha success
Since al policies are so politically sensitive, there are always self-interested groups suggesting they be sidelined in trade negotiations – as indeed has occurred in numerous sub-global preferential trading agreements, and in the GATT prior to the Uruguay Round. Today the groups with that inclination include not just farmers in highly protecting rich countries and food-importing developing countries but also those food exporters receiving preferential access to those markets. The...[Show more]
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