FAO COMMODITY AND TRADE POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER
Quantifying appropriate levels of the WTO bound tariffs on basic food products in the context of the Development Box proposals
Senior Economist, Commodity Policy and Projections Service (ESCP)
Commodities and Trade Division
2 PROPOSALS ON APPROPRIATE LEVELS OF TARIFF BINDINGS AND RELATED ISSUES
3 QUANTIFYING APPROPRIATE BOUND TARIFFS: THE ANALYTICAL APPROACH AND METHODOLOGY
4 THE RESULTS
5 CONCLUDING REMARKS
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