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Three trade policy changes underway and on the horizon have the prospect to alter global markets for japonica rice. This paper considers likely global market effects of e [...]
2006 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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A certain amount of food in supermarkets is deemed unusable (“food loss”) because of moisture loss, spoilage, and other causes. This study analyzed updated food loss [...]
2009-03 | Report |
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The Uruguay Round Agreement on Agriculture (URAA) marked the end of an era in which agricultural policies could be elaborated independently of international rules. It def [...]
2007-09 | Journal Article |
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Developed countries have agreed to provide duty free and quota free access to imports from LDCs covered by 97 per cent of tariff lines. However, LDCs would like to extend [...]
2012-02 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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The Uruguay Round Agreement on Agriculture attempted to lower distortions in the global agricultural markets. However, the significant fall in commodity prices in late 19 [...]
2004-11 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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The unique and somewhat problematic challenges of marketing fresh fruits and vegetables have received attention from a variety of perspectives in recent years. The role [...]
2005 | Journal Article |
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The WTO is witnessing an increasing intrusion of its remit into areas that hitherto were the preserve of the state. This makes the legitimacy of its law creation process [...]
2013 | Journal Article |
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This study assesses whether income constraints inhibit spending on fruits and vegetables among low-income households. If this is the case, then it is hypothesized that th [...]
2003-12 | Journal Article |
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The World Trade Organization (WTO) Agreement on Agriculture was signed in June 1994. It accomplished two things: it brought agricultural trade under the rules of WTO, and [...]
2003-12 | Journal Article |
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The Swiss tariff schedule is characterized by many disparities and distortions. Already in the Tokyo Round countries have recognized that in that case only a harmonizing [...]
2004 | Journal Article |