Agriculture is vitally important to poor and vulnerable people in developing countries, the majority of whom live in rural areas and depend on the land as a source of both food and income. Unpredictable weather, unstable markets, fragile natural…
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Tapping into the rising global demand for fruits, vegetables, and other horticulural products can help generate jobs and export earnings.
The Eleventh WTO Ministerial Conference ended with virtually no progress, and hoped-for advances on food and agriculture failed to materialize. What now?
The Eleventh WTO Ministerial concluded with little progress on agriculture. And as countries struggle to reach agreement on basic issues, the reality of food systems on the ground continues to evolve.
A new book explores opportunities and obstacles for Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay in global trade negotiations.
The Eleventh WTO Ministerial Conference in Buenos Aires offers an opportunity to jump-start stalled international progress on trade and food security.
U.S. agricultural trade policies contain many distortions that work against developing countries. What are the prospects for reform?
IFPRI researchers model what would happen if President Trump launched a trade war between the United States and China or Mexico.
Despite its flaws, the international trading system has many tools that can be applied to reduce hunger and malnutrition.
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.