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Agricultural trade is a key determinant in global food security (Figure 1), but international cooperation is necessary for trade to help coping with supply shocks, to spread variations in crop yield and to dampen price volatility on global commodity markets. If regional and bilateral negotiations expand at the expense of a multilateral agreement, there is a risk of fragmentation of the trading system.

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