Farm groups: Don't weaken now on Doha Round pact

Laws, Forrest
March 2006
Western Farm Press;3/18/2006, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the request of the American Soybean Association (ASA) and other farm groups for President George W. Bush to protect the market access provisions in any Doha Development Round agreement of the World Trade Organization. These farm groups stated that market access gains must be attained by every export company and should not be blocked by allowing countries to label them as special products free from altered tariff. The main topic of the negotiation is on farm subsidies.


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