International Trade Rules and the Agricultural Sector
FAO LEGISLATIVE STUDY
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INTERNATIONAL TRADE RULES AND
THE AGRICULTURE SECTOR

Selected implementation issues

Victor Mosoti
Ambra Gobena


for the  
Development Law Service - FAO Legal Office




FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2007


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part I   [486Kb]

    Foreword
    Introduction
    Basic legal obligations
    1. WTO Agreements and National legisation
    2. The evolution of the WTO Agreement on Agriculture

Part II   [623Kb]

    3. State trading enterprises
    4. Iinterpretive issues in Article 27(3)(b) of the TRIPS Agreement
    5. Geographical indications and trade in agricultural products

Part III   [1 Mb]

    6. Import surges and safeguard provisions with a particular focus on anti-dumping measures
    Country case studies
    KAZAKHSTAN
    KENYA
    NEPAL
    Conclusions

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