Assessing the potential impact of strengthening food safety regulations on developing countries: The US Food Safety and Modernization Act
This paper’s goal is to assess the extent to which producers in Developing Countries have coped stricter US food safety regulations. We approach the question by calculating refusals/imports ratios and their trends for a sample of Developing Countries. We conclude there is a learning process in low value added products.
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