Effects of Trade Liberalization on Agriculture in Asia; Proceeding of a Workshop Held in Bogor, Indonesia, October 5-8, 1999
Contents: Foreword Acknowledgements Opening address, by Haruo Inagaki Opening remarks, by Yukio Kawauchi Message of Mr. Adrianus Mooy, read by Nibhon Debavalya Opening address, by Joko Budianto Trade Liberalization and World Food Prospects in the 21st Century, by Keji Ohga Project Report: Effects of Trade Liberalization in Selected Asian Countries with Special Focus on CGPRT Crops (TradeLib), by Michio Kanai Agricultural Trade Liberalization in China, by Jikun Huang and Chunlai Chen Comments on Chinese Country Report: Trade Protection or Free Trade in the Agricultural Economy of China?, by Chen Dongsheng Effects of Trade Liberalization on Indian Agriculture, by Ramesh Chand Effects of Trade Liberalization on Selected Food Crops in Indonesia, by Erwidodo and Prajogo Utomo Hadi Comments on Indonesian Country Report, by Kaman Nainggolan The Effects of Agricultural Trade Liberalizationon Malaysian Agriculture with Reference to Palm Oil, Paddy and Tobacco Sub-Sectors, by Tengku Mohd Ariff Tengku Ahmad and Ariffin Tawang Comments on Malaysian Country Report, by Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahman Effects of Trade Liberalization on Selected Agricultural Commodities in Pakistan, by Muhammad Ramzan Akhtar Comments on Pakistan Country Report, by Ikram Saeed Effects of Trade Liberalization on Selected Agricultural Commodities in the Philipppines, by Minda C. Mangabat Comments on Filipino Country Report, by A.C. Costales Effects of Trade Liberalization on Agriculture in the Republic of Korea with Special Focus on CGPRT Crops, by Myung-Hwan Sung Comments on Korean Country Report, by Ho-Seop Yoon Effects of Trade Liberalization in Thailand, by Kajonwan Itharattana Comments on the Thai Country Report, by Yodying Kongtong Effects of Trade Liberalization on Selected Agricultural Commodities in Viet Nam, by Nguyen Ngoc Que Comments on the Vietnamese Country Report, by Cu Chi Loi Trade Liberalization: A Study on Impacts and Implications for Bangladesh Agriculture, by Mostafa Abid Khan Trade Liberalization on Agriculture in Cambodia, by Srey Vuthy Effects of Trade Liberalization on Agriculture in Lao PDR, by Khamxay Sipaseuth Myanmar Country Report, by U Aung Hlaing Effects of Trade Liberalization on Agriculture in Nepal, by Shambu B. Pandey and Devendra Gauchan Some Issues Related to the Implementation of GATT and SAPTA on Field Crops in Sri Lanka, by H. Somapala Consolidated Report on Effects of Trade Liberalization on Agriculture in Selected Asian Countries with Special Focus on CGPRT Crops (TradeLib), by Boonjit Titapiwatanakun and Micio Kanai Closing Address, by Haruo Inagaki
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