After the seven years of haggling between 108 countries known as the Uruguay Round of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, a final accord has been reached on the liberalization of global trade, which cannot fail to affect the food sector. The agreement represents a major breakthrough in the dismantling of protection for agricultural production worldwide. It provides a framework for the long-term reform of agricultural trade and domestic farm policies over the years to come. The ...
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