Domestic Support Issues in the Uruguay Round and Beyond
The Uruguay Round Agreement on Agriculture provides commitments in three areas: market access, export competition and domestic support. The introduction of domestic support discipline along with the discipline on border measures in an agreement governing international trade was a path-breaking step.This report explains the domestic support provisions of the Agreement on Agriculture, concentrating on the Aggregate Measurement of Support (AMS) and the so-called "green box". It examines the representation of Canada's domestic support in accordance with the Agreement, and discusses possibilities for further discipline on domestic support.
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|Date of creation:||2000|
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