A Paradigm Shift: The Effect of the 2002 Farm Bill on a US-Australia Free Trade Agreement
The passage of the 2002 Farm Bill greatly reduced the likelihood of the US and Australia reaching a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) in the near future. Major issues, such as potential effects on third parties and agriculture, existed before the 2002 Farm Bill, but the passage of the 2002 Farm Bill saw new issues arise and further complicated the issue of agriculture. It created policies, such as large subsidies, that would be difficult to resolve in bilateral trade negotiations between the two...[Show more]
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