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The EU’s CAP, the Doha Round and Developing Countries

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  • Halderman, Michael
  • Nelson, Michael

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This study analyzes the political economy of European Union policy-making in regard to EU trade in beef and dairy with developing countries. The way the EU makes its agriculture and trade policies involves three levels: the EU member state, the EU itself, and the international trading system. The study also considers a fourth "level," developing countries, that is affected by EU policy-making. We present criticism from various sources concerning negative international effects of EU agriculture and trade policies. Recognizing the great range of trade-related interests among developing countries, the study analyzes relevant issues of four categories of such countries. EU trade and agriculture policy is strongly influenced by international factors, particularly by multilateral trade negotiations. Change in relevant EU agriculture and trade policy affecting developing countries has been part of or directly linked to - and in the future will require additional reform of - the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). Recent reform of the CAP has been affected by and linked to the current Doha Round of multilateral trade negotiations conducted under the auspices of the WTO.

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  • Halderman, Michael & Nelson, Michael, 2004. "The EU’s CAP, the Doha Round and Developing Countries," Institute of European Studies, Working Paper Series qt7zm012hd, Institute of European Studies, UC Berkeley.
  • Handle: RePEc:cdl:bineur:qt7zm012hd
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    1. Unnveher, L. & Hirschhorn, N., 2000. "Food Safety Issues in the Developing World," Papers 469, World Bank - Technical Papers.
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