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More Differentiated Special Treatment in the Agriculture Agreement: Beyond Concept to Practice
Social Science Research Network
This paper examines how more differentiated special treatment of developing countries might be introduced into the WTO agriculture agreement following the Doha Round negotiations. The purpose of special treatment is to facilitate developing countries to meet their food security, rural development and livelihoods concerns. The paper first reviews previous attempts to classify developing countries into foodinsecure and food-secure groups. It argues that such a classification is mainly relevant indoi:10.2139/ssrn.922266 fatcat:7qe4jxavpfbwtdnohedwuhbuui