Why is There So Much Interest in Trade Remedy Laws?
Carter, Colin A
from ARE Update Vol. 5, No. 3, Jan/Feb, 2002
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USDA forecasts lower total farm income for 2002 and, for the first time, negative average farm income per farm operator household. Ironically, non-farm income and demand for land are supporting farmers in regions where crop diversification is not readily possible. California is performing better.
World Trade Organization, WTO, Doha, anti-dumping laws, AD, countervailing duty laws, CVD, import relief, safeguard law, agriculture, tariffs, trade, foreign competition, trade protection
Carter, Colin A. 2002. "Why is There So Much Interest in Trade Remedy Laws?" ARE Update 5(3): 1-2. University of California Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics.