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Report proposes way forward on domestic support in WTO ag talks

April 30, 2020 at 9:30 AM
World Trade Organization negotiators should address agricultural domestic support by imposing new limits that are tied to output, capping product-specific support, providing some flexibility for developing countries and allowing countries to exempt public stockholding programs, a new report proposed this week. The report – published by the International Institute for Sustainable Development, a Canadian think tank, and the International Food Policy Research Institute, a U.S.-based organization – argues that the disciplines on domestic support negotiated at the start of the...

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