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Global South Review
This article is designed to appraise TPRM as a monitoring instrument in WTO and understand how it affects Indonesia's compliance in the agriculture sector. On paper, TPRM should be exercised as a surveillance system to boost transparency and compliance. However, the author doubts the current periodic, differentiated by economic power, and the self-serving reporting system of the TPRM. As this process is complicated and flexible, where often used as a diplomatic visit or excuses to initiatedoi:10.22146/globalsouth.32794 fatcat:zvuy7fkyfjf4np425fkhk7wtva