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The EU at the world market; An impact assessment of the Uruguay Round Agreement on Agriculture

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  • van Berkum, Siemen
  • Roza, Pim

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This report evaluates the effects of the Uruguay Round Agreement on Agriculture on EU's international agricultural trade position. EU's share in trade of total agricultural products has not changed over the period 1993-2003. Yet, the EU lost market shares in trade on cereals, sugar, and dairy and meat products. WTO commitments to reduce export support have contributed to these decreasing market shares. However, for some products demand developments have had greater impact on EU's market position than changes in trade policies due to the Uruguay Round Agreement on Agriculture.

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  • van Berkum, Siemen & Roza, Pim, 2006. "The EU at the world market; An impact assessment of the Uruguay Round Agreement on Agriculture," Report Series 29096, Agricultural Economics Research Institute.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:aerirs:29096
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