Scope for Doha to reduce discrimination in agricultural markets
The vast majority of the world’s poorest households depend on farming for their livelihood, as would many of the rest had prospects in agriculture not been so bleak as to force them into non-farm activities in search of a higher income. Earnings from farming have been depressed in low-income countries partly because own-country policies typically have had a pro-urban, anti-agricultural bias, and partly because richer countries (including some developing countries) assist and protect their...[Show more]
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