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Potential Challenges to U.S. Farm Subsidies in the WTO
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Editors: Randy Schneph & Jasper Womach
Book Description:
This book provides background regarding the vulnerability of U.S. agricultural support programs to potential WTO dispute settlement challenges. It does not predict which WTO members might challenge U.S. commodity subsidies, nor will the likelihood that such challenges be brought. Instead, this book reviews the general criteria for successfully challenging a farm subsidy program, and then uses available data and published economic analyses to weigh U.S. farm programs against these criteria.

Table of Contents:
Preface

Chapter 1 - Introduction pp.1-2

Chapter 2 - Report Overview and Disclaimer pp.3-4

Chapter 3 - Recent Developments: WTO Challenges of U.S. Farm Programs pp.5-6

Chapter 4 - WTO Commitments, Rules, and Challenges pp.7-8
Overview

Chapter 5 - WTO Agreements pp.9-10

Chapter 6 - Agricultural Policy Reform Commitments pp.11-14

Chapter 7 - WTO Subsidy Challenges Under the Peace Clause pp.15-16

Chapter 8 - The Peace Clause pp.17-18

Chapter 9 - Brazil’s WTO Case Against the U.S. Cotton Program pp.19-22

Chapter 10 - Post-Peace-Clause DSU Challenges pp.23-24

Chapter 11 - U.S. Farm Program Subsidies pp.25-26

Chapter 12 - U.S. Domestic Support Outlays and Notifications pp.27-28

Chapter 13 - Farm Support Programs pp.29-34

Chapter 14 - Program Commodities pp.36-38

Chapter 15 - Which U.S. Program Crops Might Be Vulnerable to WTO Challenge? pp.39-40

Chapter 16 - How Important Are Farm Subsidies Relative to the Commodity’s Market Returns? pp.41-42

Chapter 17 - How Important Are Farm Subsidies Relative to the Commodity’s Costs of Production? pp.43-46

Chapter 18 - Which Programs Provide Most of the Farm Subsidies for the Commodity? pp.47-52

Chapter 19 - How Important Is U.S. Production and Trade for an Identified Commodity Relative to World Markets? pp.53-54

Chapter 20 - Marketing Loan Benefits as Export Subsidies pp.55-56

Chapter 21 - Reducing Vulnerability to WTO Challenge pp.57-58

Chapter 22 - What Constitutes an Acceptable Subsidy? pp.59-60

Chapter 23 - Decoupled Program Support pp.61-62

Chapter 24 - Fully Decoupled Direct Payments pp.63-64

Chapter 25 - Whole Farm Revenue Insurance Type Programs pp.65-66

Chapter 26 - Green Payments pp.67-68

Chapter 27 - New Farm Bill pp.69-70

Chapter 28 - Program Buyout pp.71-72

Chapter 29 - References pp.73-75

Appendix A - Review of Economic Studies of Causal Linkage: U.S. Farm Policy vs. World Markets pp.75-84

Appendix B - Agreement on Agriculture, Article 13: Due Restraint
(the Peace Clause)pp.85-86

Appendix C - Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures;
Part I, Article 1: Definition of a Subsidy pp.87-88

Appendix D - Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures;
Part III: Actionable Subsidies; Articles 5 and 6 pp.89-92

Appendix E - Agreement on Agriculture, Key Provisions of Annex 2
(the Green Box) pp.93-94

References pp.95-100

Index pp.101-105

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2008
   Pages: pp.105
   ISBN: 978-1-60456-420-4
   Status: AV
  
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