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The sugar sub-sector in Africa-Caribbean-Pacific (ACP) countries in the Post-2017 Era: Impacts of European Union production quota elimination and ACP-EU reciprocal preferential access on ACP sugar market and trade
The purpose of this study is to analyse the impact of the elimination of the European Union sugar production quotas on ACP sugar production and trade, as well as, on welfare (including farmers’ welfare) and to examine the feasible options that the ACP sugar subsectors are considering to mitigate the brunt of this policy change, particularly as it will affect sugar farmers and workers.

New e-learning course on WTO accession issues in agriculture (in Russian)
5 to 30 June 2017
The facilitated e-learning course WTO accession and implications for agriculture in the post-Soviet countries will be conducted from 5 to 30 June, 2017 on the UNITAR platform. The course aims to equip participants with better understanding of WTO principles and rules that regulate global agricultural trade and accession commitments in agriculture assumed by the new WTO member states among the post-Soviet countries. It also seeks to raise awareness among the participants of the relationship between the changes in trade policy and domestic policy reforms in the agricultural sector.

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