Classifying, Measuring and Analyzing WTO Domestic Support in Agriculture: Some Conceptual Distinctions
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- Brink, Lars, 2007. "Classifying, Measuring and Analyzing WTO Domestic Support in Agriculture: Some Conceptual Distinctions," Working Papers 14581, International Agricultural Trade Research Consortium.
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KeywordsWTO; agriculture; domestic support; Doha; AMS; de minimis; commitments; rules; International Relations/Trade;
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