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Trade Update Notes: Report of the Task Force on The Comprehensive Proposals for Negotiations in Agriculture

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  • Agricultural Science
  • Political Science

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International Agricultural Trade Research Consortium Trade Update Notes Report of the Task Force on The Comprehensive Proposals for Negotiations in Agriculture· Working Paper #90-3 The International Agricultural Trade Research Consortium is an informal association of university and government economists interested in agricultural trade. Its purpose is to foster interaction, improve research capacity and to focus on relevant trade policy issues. It is financed by the USDA, ERS and FAS, Agriculture Canada and the participating institutions. The IATRC Working Paper series provides members an opportunity to circulate their work at the advanced draft stage through limited distribution within the research and analysis community. The IA TRC takes no political position or responsibility for the accuracy of the data or validity of the conclusion presented by working paper authors. Further, policy recommendations and opinions expressed by the authors do not necessarily reflect those of the IA TRC. This paper should not be quoted without the authors(s) permission. *Task Force Members: Tim Josling (Chair), Stanford University, Maury Bredahl, University of Missouri, William Miner, Institute for Research on Public Policy, Ed Rossmiller, National Center for Food and Agricultural Policy Research, Stefan Tangerman, University of Gottingen, and T.K. Warley, University of Guelph. Correspondence or requests for additional copies of this paper should be addressed to: Dr. Timothy Josling Food Research Institute Stanford University Stanford, CA 94305-6084 March 1990 Table of Contents Executive Summary I. Introduction 1 II. Building an Integrated Package ..................................... 2 m. Import Access ................................................ 4 Import Access in the Comprehensive Proposals ........................... 4 Differences and Similarities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 6 Possible C

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