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U.S. calls for WTO to analyze tariffs; China, India want to eliminate AMS

July 23, 2018 at 5:50 PM
The United States last week issued a broad call for World Trade Organization members to provide more market access in agriculture as China and India demanded that developed members phase out some allowances for domestic support, calling it a prerequisite for further reforms in that area. An informal negotiating session of the WTO’s Agriculture Committee on July 16 allowed members to discuss several new proposals, including those presented by the U.S., China and India, but resulted in the reaffirmation of...

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