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After Montreal - What Now?


  • Mackey, Timothy C.


There are still opportunities in the Uruguay Round to negotiate agricultural reform and a better set of mUltilateral trade rules. However it is time for the United States to move away from its position that, before detailed negotiations can commence, there must be agreement to eliminate all agricultural trade distorting policies. likewise it is time for the European Community to accept that the EC's Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) be subject to negotiation In the Uruguay Round.

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  • Mackey, Timothy C., 1989. "After Montreal - What Now?," Choices, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, vol. 4(1).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:aaeach:130510

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