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British import controls and world trade in butter



British import controls and world trade in butter



J. agric. Econ, Manchester., 18: 2, 257-69



A review is made of the developments leading to the imposition (in 1961) of quotas for UK butter imports, and of the effects (and effectiveness) of the system. Attention is drawn particularly to the difficulties in the way of devising an acceptable and effective international trade agreement for dairy produce caused by the lack of agreement typifying many past discussions sponsored by international bodies.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1477-9552.1967.tb00140.x



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