Crop Subsidies in Foreign Countries: Different Paths to Common Goals
AbstractThis is an update of CERI-SR07-01, our report on international crop policies conducted in February of 2007. Since then, the landscape for agricultural products has undergone changes due to developments related to the use of ethanol and the recent economic recession. Also, in most of the world, both developed economies such as the EU, Australia, and the U.S., and developing countries such as China and Brazil, have increased their domestic agricultural supports and/or altered the types of support. It is uncertain if this increase is permanent or transitory.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Texas Tech University, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics in its series Cotton Economics Research Institute CER Series with number 53137.
Date of creation: Apr 2009
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