EU Aid for Trade and Agriculture.

Over  the  past  decades  EU  agricultural  trade  policy  has  shifted  away  from  interventionism  and  toward neoliberalism (Orbie 2007). Policies like export stabilisation schemes, non-reciprocal trade preferences and commodity protocols have all been abandoned, to be replaced by more market-oriented counterparts that conform to the World Trade Organization (WTO) rulebook. Sugar is an important example of this transition and the focus of this paper. (PDF – 2,85Mb) . . . → Read More: EU Aid for Trade and Agriculture

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