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Oxfam: Illegal Agricultural Subsidies Briefing

30 November 2005

Oxfam illegal agricultural subsidies briefing paper

The European Union and the United States are illegally subsidizing their production of corn, rice, sorghum, fruit juice, canned fruit, tomatoes, dairy products, tobacco and wine, according to new research published today by international agency Oxfam.

12 page pdf file: Oxfam New Zealand's Briefing File on the Hong Kong Ministerial, December 2005.

  • Hong Kong WTO Media Briefing
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