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Domestic bargaining in Taiwan's international agricultural negotiations

Domestic bargaining in Taiwan's international agricultural negotiations

Asian Survey 38(6): 585-602

It is noted that given Taiwan's relatively isolated diplomatic position, it has had very little room to manoeuvre vis-a-vis the USA and other World Trade Organization members. Generally, it has had to concede to pressures for cutbacks of agricultural protection and support programmes.

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DOI: 10.2307/2645841

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