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000037582 245__ $$aWorld Trade in Dairy Products and the U.S. Role: An Illustrated Primer
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000037582 336__ $$aWorking or Discussion Paper
000037582 490__ $$aBabcock Institute Discussion Paper
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000037582 520__ $$aThis paper provides a background for discussions about liberalizing international trade in dairy products under the current World Trade Organization (WTO) round of negotiations. About half of global 2002 dairy exports originated from New Zealand and Australia. These countries, which account for only a small share of world milk production and do not directly subsidize their exports, would gain substantially from liberalized trade. U.S. dairy imports exceeded exports by $800 million in 2002 and the gap is growing. Cheese is the largest import category and growing the fastest. New Zealand, Canada and the EU supply more than three-quarters of our dairy imports. Principal markets for U.S. exports, mostly cheese, nonfat dry milk, whey products and food preparations, are Mexico, Canada, and Pacific Rim countries.
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000037582 650__ $$aInternational Relations/Trade
000037582 6531_ $$aWorld Milk Production
000037582 6531_ $$aWorld Dairy Trade
000037582 6531_ $$aU.S. Dairy Trade Deficit
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