publication . Preprint . 2001

The Ongoing WTO Negotiations on Agriculture: Issues and Options for Bangladesh

Donald McClatchy;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Feb 2001
Abstract
The negotiation on Agriculture is one of the vital components of WTO negotiation process which involved interests of the LDCs, including Bangladesh. The paper identified the interests of Bangladesh. The objective is to stimulate a discussion in turn assisting those responsible for decisions about Bangladesh’s evolving negotiating positions and strategy.
Subjects
free text keywords: WTO, Agriculture, Bangladesh, jel:F10, jel:Q17

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