The Impacts of Increased Minimum Support Prices in India on World and U.S. Cotton Markets

Domestic subsidies for cotton and other commodities have been a major topic of interest, especially during the Doha Round of the World Trade Organization trade negotiations. Many developing countries have insisted that domestic subsidies in countries like the United States represent significant trade barriers because they lower world price below their cost of production. India, Brazil, and other developing countries intimate that unless these domestic subsidies are lowered, they are unwilling to provide any more market access concessions in trade negotiations.


Issue Date:
Aug 26 2009
Publication Type:
Report
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/53143
Total Pages:
8
Series Statement:
CERI
BP09-01




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