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Lessons Learned Workshop 2013
CFS side event 2013
International Consultation on Policy Monitoring in Developing Countries
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New Policy Brief: Improving wheat trade policy administration to benefit both consumers and producers in the United Republic of Tanzania
Import tariffs and costly import procedures may explain why consumers in the United Republic of Tanzania pay relatively high prices for wheat.
New Policy Brief: Rethinking Mozambique’s cotton price fixing system to align producers’ prices with international prices
Although the government supports cotton farmers by regulating prices, cotton producers in Mozambique receive prices that are lower than international reference prices.
MAFAP’s Work in the United Republic of Tanzania Presented to Parliament
On 20 April 2013, the preliminary results of the MAFAP project in the URT were presented to the Parliament’s Committee on Agriculture, Livestock and Water.
MAFAP results to be presented to the Agriculture, Livestock and Water Parliament Committee in the United Republic of Tanzania
On Saturday 20th April MAFAP team members from ESRF, MAFC and FAO will be presenting the highlights of the results of the analysis undertaken in Tanzania to the Agriculture, Livestock and Water Parliament Committee in Dodoma.
New Policy Brief on Boosting Demand for Domestic Rice in Ghana
The price consumers in Ghana pay for rice is high compared to the price of rice in international markets.
New Policy Brief: Policy changes could lead to higher prices for sugar farmers and lower prices for consumers in the United Republic of Tanzania
Currently sugar cane farmers in the United Republic of Tanzania receive lower prices than they could, despite high domestic demand, because of high processing costs.
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