A race to the top? a case study of food safety standards and African exports / Tsunehiro Otsuki, John S. Wilson, Mirvat Sewadeh Otsuki, Tsunehiro

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Otsuki, Tsunehiro
Food law and legislation - Economic aspects - Africa.; European Union countries - Commerce - Africa.; Africa - Commerce - European Union countries.
Implementation of the European Union's new aflatoxin standards will reduce African exports to Europe of nuts, cereals, and dried fruits, products highly sensitive to the aflatoxin standards. The EU standards would reduce health risks by only about 1.4 deaths per billion a year but would cut African exports by 64 percent, or $670 million, compared with their level under international standards.
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