TITLE

EU makes 'final' trade offer to WTO

AUTHOR(S)
Clarke, Philip; Harris, Robert
PUB. DATE
November 2005
SOURCE
Farmers Weekly;11/4/2005, Vol. 143 Issue 19, p27
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports on the proposal by European Union (EU) farm commissioner Mariann Fischer Boel to the World Trade Organization regarding import and export trade in 2005. Reduction in the highest import tariffs of the EU under the proposal; Accusation of European farming organizations to the commission involving its negotiating mandate; Views of John Dillon, president of the Irish Farmers' Association, on the trade offer.
ACCESSION #
19006846

 

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