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Hungry for Trade How the Poor Pay for Free Trade

By: John Madeley
192 pages, Tabs
Publisher: Zed Books
Hungry for Trade
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As the fallout from the Seattle meeting of the World Trade Organization (WTO) continues, Madeley explores some key questions about the free trade that it advocates.


Part 1 Seattle 1999: preparation; trade rounds; NGO activity; agriculture split; the ministerial; the collapse. Part 2 Food scurity - the causes of insecurity: food insecurity; poor soils; desertification; women farmers have been neglected; disasters; lack of spending on agriculture; foreign debt; conflict; lack of democracy; climate change; population and land; water; loss of crop diversity; inadequate funding for health; fisheries under attack. Part 3 Trade liberalization: the case for free trade; the case against; export-dominated trade policies. Part 4 International organizations and policy affecting trade and food security: World Bank/International Monetary Fund; the World Trade Organization; United Nations bodies - UNCTAD, FAO, UNDP; European Union; food dumping. Part 5 Trade liberalization and food security - the evidence: FAO study; NGO 36 country study; India; farmers speak; Zimbabwe; milk in Uruguay; roses in India; World Bank study. Part 6 Corporate managed trade - patents: power; patents and trade-related intellectual property rights (TRIPs); TRIPs; biopiracy; basmati rice; the future. Part 7 Corporate managed trade - genetically modified foods: NGOs and GM foods; labelling; protocol; conclusion; box - ten reasons. Part 8 Putting food security into trade - NGOs speak: 14 development NGO recommendations; Friends of the Earth; Via Campesina; proposals on TRIPs; Food First; CAFOD; UK Food Group; footnote - discrimination; box - why reform of the WTO is the wrong agenda. Part 9 Conclusion - food security with less trade?: permaculture; pesticide reductions; Brazil; Cuba; fair trade; conclusion.

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By: John Madeley
192 pages, Tabs
Publisher: Zed Books
Media reviews
This book presents a powerful challenge to current free trade orthodoxy and it is essential reading. --John Montagu, Earl of Sandwich"Truly an impressive piece of work." --Sophia Murphy, Senior Associate, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, Minneapolis
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