Agriculture, Developing Countries, And The World Trade Organization Millennium Round
The potential welfare gains from further liberalizing agricultural markets are huge, both absolutely and relative to gains from liberalizing textiles or other manufacturing, according to GTAP modeling results. Should attempts to liberalize farm trade in the next WTO round follow the same pattern as the Uruguay Round, or might a more radical approach be required to bring agriculture more into the WTO mainstream? The present paper explores this question from the viewpoint of developing countries...[Show more]
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