Agricultural policy reform under the WTO and Doha. Kym Anderson Development Research Group, World Bank PREM Week, Washington DC, 25 April 2005. Why much of the focus in DDA must be on agriculture … . … even though it provides less than 4% of global GDP and 9% of int ’ l merchandise trade
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Development Research Group, World Bank
PREM Week, Washington DC, 25 April 2005
Must find the political will for Doha success
US 28%, Norway 18%, EU 16%, Australia 10%
(but that share is smaller as % of gains from removing also all services trade barriers, unless services markets also are opened up)
=> which confirms that most of gains from agric reform come from increased market access, not from subsidy cuts