An Analysis of the Proposed Doha Round Modalities

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2003-06-01
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Babcock, Bruce
Babcock, Bruce
Fabiosa, Jacinto
Matthey, Holger
Hart, Chad
Isik, Murat
Tokgoz, Simla
Elobeid, Amani
Hart, Chad
Fuller, Frank
Meyer, Seth
Elobeid, Amani
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The Uruguay Round Agreement on Agriculture (URAA) provided a continuing mandate for progressive reforms to liberalize world agricultural markets. A new round of negotiation was put into motion in early 2000 and later formalized in what is now called the Doha Round. The Doha Round negotiation follows the same principle laid out in the URAA, with the introduction of three reform anchors: market access, export competition, and reduction of domestic support. This paper specifies the new schedule of commitments for each member country under the proposed modalities and assesses the potential market impacts of these changes for world agricultural markets. We specifically focus on grains, oilseeds, sugar, cotton, livestock, poultry, and dairy markets.

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