World Market Reform Requires Some Compromises

Tucker, Simon
September 2005
Dairy Foods;Sep2005, Vol. 106 Issue 9, p54
Trade Publication
Reports on the plan of Doha Development Agenda for the reformation of the global dairy industry in Great Britain. Preparation done by the experts in realizing the reform; Assistance received from political leaders to easily access the market of countries that employ high tariffs on commodities; Views of trade ministers on the effect of tariffs on international trade.


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