Moore Free Trade?

Mike Moore, outgoing NZ director-general of the World Trade Organisation, makes an impassioned plea for wealthy nations to review their agricultural trade policies, arguing that subsidies are no help to poorer nations. He cites the world sugar market as a key example of trade protection: “Having exploited developing poor countries for generations, the north now keeps their products out of their markets […].”  


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