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The GATT and international trade in agricultural products


, : The GATT and international trade in agricultural products. Revista de Estudios Agro Sociales ( 148): 137-170

The history of GATT, the first step taken to promote trade after the end of World War II, is discussed. The aims and instruments of the agreement are listed. The activities of GATT in agriculture are described.

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