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New Zealand undertook major adjustments in their macro economic policies in the 1980s. As part of a larger program to place greater reliance on market forces, agricultural subsidies were reduced sharply. The New Zealand experience demonstrates how broad economic policies can adversely affect the agricultural sector. It also demonstrates that inequities can arise if protection for some industries are continued while other sectors are exposed to liberalized policy reforms.

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