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The effects on the dairy industry of new directions in agricultural policy

, : The effects on the dairy industry of new directions in agricultural policy. Proceedings of the XXIII International Dairy Congress, Montreal, October 8-12, 1990, Vol 3: 2110-2115

The commitment of the developed countries to reform their agricultural policies and, in particular, to make agricultural production more responsive to market forces was first made in the context of the OECD in 1987, and has since been reaffirmed in the context of the GATT negotiations.

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