IFPRI researchers model what would happen if President Trump launched a trade war between the United States and China or Mexico.
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NAFTA has been a boon not just to commerce, but to the consumption of fruits and vegetables and to public health. New trade barriers could erase those gains.
IFPRI is working with partners to set up a technical network of experts to improve the data on Africa's regional agricultural trade.
President Trump's threats of trade wars with Mexico and China could rebound painfully on U.S. agriculture.
In December 2015, the World Trade Organization reached an agreement on the Nairobi Package, the latest set of rules governing global trade. The agreement represents some progress on several major agricultural and food issues that have held up previous…
Since the launch of the WTO's Doha Development Round negotiations in 2001, the global trade situation has undergone a dramatic transformation.
Despite recent modifications, the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) between the European Union (EU) and West African (WA) countries is still being criticized for its potential detrimental effects on WA countries. This paper provides updated…