Global trade and food safety : winners and losers in a fragmented system / John S. Wilson, Tsunehiro Otsuki Wilson, John S. (John Sullivan)

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Wilson, John S. (John Sullivan)
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Food - Safety measures - Developing countries.; Developing countries - Commerce.; Exports - Developing countries.
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How food safety is addressed in the world trade system is critical for developing countries that continue to rely on agricultural exports. An analysis shows that adopting a worldwide standard of a toxin affecting nuts and grains could increase trade in these commodities by $38 billion compaired with levels under today's widely divergent national standards.
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