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Barriers to trade in agricultural products and policies to promote trade - the special case of the Ukraine

, : Barriers to trade in agricultural products and policies to promote trade - the special case of the Ukraine. CAS Paper Centre for Agricultural Strategy, University of Reading ( 27): 99-109

The Eastern Europe countries differ in their specific economic and political problems, but they all face some common challenges. This paper examines agricultural trade problems common to the countries of the former USSR, and specifies some of these problems in more detail for the Ukraine. Three barriers to trade in agricultural products are examined: unexploited production potential, internal policies, and trade regulations.

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