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WTO Rules for Agriculture Compatible with Development

By: Jamie Morrison and Alexander Sarris
WTO Rules for Agriculture Compatible with Development
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Despite the many discussions concerning the desirability of incorporating development dimensions into the current round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations, there has been a dearth of discussion concerning how these issues could be specifically incorporated in the Doha Round agreement. The purpose of this book is to make a contribution towards understanding how WTO trade rules relevant to agriculture can be structured in a manner compatible with the development and poverty alleviation objectives of developing countries. The papers in this book were presented and debated during a two-day workshop held in Rome in February 2006, and revised according to comments received during intense and constructive discussions during the workshop.

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By: Jamie Morrison and Alexander Sarris
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