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Export subsidies on processed foods are an important trade policy instrument for the European Union. GATT Article XVI legitimised the use of export subsidies on primary a [...]
2006 | Journal Article |
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From the launch of GATT in 1948, through to the Uruguay Round of GATT negotiations, the niceties of international trade rules had little impact on the design and implemen [...]
2007 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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Negotiations on agriculture were successfully launched in the WTO early in 2000. In the initial phase, negotiating proposals have been submitted by member countries and a [...]
2001 | Journal Article |
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The objectives of this study are threefold. The first is to document the origins and evolution of Article XI. The second objective is to assess the apparent economic impl [...]
1994 | Report |
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Output-based refunding of environmental policy revenues combines a tax on emissions with a subsidy to output. With imperfect competition, subsidies can discourage output [...]
2003 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Three potential explanations of past CAP reforms have been identified in the literature: a budget constraint, pressure from GATT/WTO negotiations or commitments, and a pa [...]
13 November 2008 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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It is widely believed that a number of countries, including the EU, engaged in dirty tariffication during the Uruguay Round of trade talks. This article examines the EU’ [...]
2004 | Journal Article |
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Recent reform of the EU's Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) has led to a further decoupling of farm support. The EU believes that the new Single Payment Scheme, which repl [...]
2005 | Journal Article |
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Tariff rate quotas (TRQs) have been introduced and legitimised as a market access instrument in the Uruguay Round Agreement on Agriculture (URAA). TRQs combine both restr [...]
2007 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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The GATT gave special treatment to agriculture by allowing quantitative import restrictions when domestic output was also controlled, and made an exception to the ban on [...]
2010-12 | Journal Article |