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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
WTO rules for agriculture compatible with development.
Rome : Trade and Markets Division, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2007
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jamie Morrison; Alexander Sarris; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Trade and Markets Division.
|Notes:||"The papers in this volume were originally presented at a workshop on WTO Rules for Agriculture Compatible with Development, held at FAO Headquarters in Rome on 2-3 February 2006."|
|Description:||xii, 458 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction / Jamie Morrison and Alexander Sarris --
Determining the appropriate level of import protection consistent with agriculture led development in the advancement of poverty reduction and improved food security / Jamie Morrison and Alexander Sarris --
What types of WTO-compatible trade policies are appropriate for different stages of development? / Oliver Morrissey --
Shallow versus deep Special and Differential Treatment (SDT) and the issue of differentiation in the WTO among groups of developing countries / Alan Matthews --
WTO agreement limits as a development instrument : synergies and complementarities of WTO rules for agriculture with reform programmes sponsored by the World Bank and IMF / John Nash --
The Doha round agricultural tariff-cutting formulae and tariff escalation / Ramesh Sharma --
Special products : a comprehensive approach to identification and treatment for development / J. R. Deep Ford ... [et al.] --
The European Union preferential trade with developing countries, total trade restrictiveness and the case of sugar / Piero Conforti ... [et al.] --
Cotton developments in West and Central Africa : domestic and trade policy issues and the WTO / John Baffes --
The potential benefits to developing countries from domestic support reductions in developed countries / Harry de Gorter --
Domestic support to agriculture in developing countries / Mario Jales Roles and status of state supported trading enterprises in developing countries / Lamon Rutten --
WTO negotiations on agriculture : a compromise on food aid is possible / Panos Konandreas --
Emerging issues and concerns of African countries in the WTO negotiations on agriculture and the Doha round / Patrick N. Osakwe --
Major issues and concerns of the Near East countries in the context of the WTO negotiations on agriculture / Nasredin Elamin --
China's agricultural trade and policy under WTO rules / Bingsheng Ke --
Regional trade concerns in Latin America and the Caribbean and implications for WTO rules on agriculture / William Foster and Alberto Valdés.
|Responsibility:||edited by Jamie Morrison and Alexander Sarris.|
- World Trade Organization.
- Produce trade -- Developing countries.
- Economic development.
- Agriculture and state -- Developing countries.
- Organisation mondiale du commerce.
- Agriculture durable.
- Développement économique.
- Pays en développement.
- Agriculture and state.
- Produce trade.
- Developing countries.
- WTO rules
- World trade