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Record number 355944
Title Agricultural market access proposals in the Doha round : Dutch agro-food interests
Author(s) Kuiper, M.H.; Banse, M.A.H.
Source Den Haag : LEI (Report / LEI : Domain 6, Policy ) - ISBN 9789086151547 - 87
Department(s) LEI INT BELEID - Internationale Handel & Markten
LEI Internationaal Beleid
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2007
Keyword(s) landbouwbeleid - handelsonderhandelingen - liberalisering van de handel - wereldhandelsorganisatie - internationale handel - toegang - markten - wereldmarkten - tarieven - handelsbarrières - landbouwproducten - nederland - agricultural policy - trade negotiations - trade liberalization - world trade organization - international trade - access - markets - world markets - tariffs - trade barriers - agricultural products - netherlands
Categories Agricultural Policy
Abstract This report analyses the impact of market access proposals tabled in the current WTO Doha round. The first part of the study assesses the 'bite' of tariff reductions by comparing border prices of Dutch products with those of imports before and after implementing tariff reductions. The second part of the study analyses the impact of proposals for sensitive products in terms of tariff rate quota (TRQ) expansion and highlights complexities surrounding the implementation of the proposals.
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