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000022913 245__ $$aAUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURE AND WORLD COMMODITY TRADING ARRANGEMENTS
000022913 260__ $$c1980-12
000022913 269__ $$a1980-12
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000022913 336__ $$aJournal Article
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000022913 520__ $$aA long period of international discussion and negotiation about new global trading arrangements ended in 1979. Despite changed economic and institutional circumstances, and growing deficiencies in the. existing arrangements for agricultural trade, these negotiations have done little to improve the efficiency with which the world's agricultural resources are used. Rather, they have tended to institutionalise the status quo. This is likely further to disadvantage efficient producers and to lead to a growing bilateralism in trading relationships, with consequent increased politicisation and potential for conflicts and instability.
000022913 650__ $$aInternational Relations/Trade
000022913 700__ $$aHarris, Stuart
000022913 773__ $$dDecember 1980$$jVolume 24$$kNumber 3$$o182$$q167$$tAustralian Journal of Agricultural Economics
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000022913 982__ $$gAustralian Journal of Agricultural Economics>Volume 24, Number 03, December 1980
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