Issues on Agricultural Negotiations in the FTAA and Linkages With the Doha Round
An FTAA that provides gains to all participants remains a major challenge for LA. Given the demanding pre-conditions required in these and other negotiations with industrial countries, I am unsure whether all LA countries will be able to confront this challenge successfully. It is of paramount importance that Governments can document clear net gains to their societies, because otherwise a few years down the road, regional relations may become soured by an under-performing FTAA.
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