Scenarios for Examining General Trade Agreements
Chantal Pohl Nielsen,
Hans Jensen () and
Martina Brockmeier ()
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Martina Brockmeier: FOI Danish Research Institute of Food Economics, Postal: Rolighedsvej 25 DK 1958 Frederiksberg C Denmark, http://www.foi.dk/
No 8, ENARPRI Working Papers from ENARPRI (European Network of Agricultural and Rural Policy Research Institutes)
The aim of this working paper is to formulate a set of scenarios reflecting the regional and multilateral trade agreements already concluded, currently under negotiation or simply put forth as proposals that involve or affect the European Union (EU). A selection of these scenarios will subsequently be analysed by the Danish Research Institute of Food Economics (FØI) and the German Federal Agricultural Research Centre (FAL) within the framework of the European Network of Agricultural and Rural Policy Research Institutes (ENARPRI). To ensure the relevance of the suggested scenarios in addressing the current challenges facing the EU, the scenarios presented here take account of the most recent reform proposals, negotiation positions and political statements concerning multilateral, regional and bilateral trade agreements. They focus on market-access policies, the effects of domestic-support policies on developing countries and export subsidies.
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