Picking on the Poor: How US Agricultural Policy Hurts the Developing World

 

The United States is a major producer, exporter, and importer of agricultural commodities, and US supplies and demands affect global markets. Pervasive policy surrounding US agriculture, therefore, has the potential to influence outcomes globally for those who demand and supply agricultural products. Many of those affected by US trade and domestic agricultural policies are among the poorest people on the planet.

Picking on the Poor: How US Agricultural Policy Hurts the Developing World

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