Dr Daphrose Gahakwa outlines outlines how to attract and retain youth into the agriculture sector at the CABI Review Conference 2013.http://www.streamica.com/v/NYsp0DJl7zE
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What are the sources of Asia's dynamism on trade? Home to nearly two-thirds of humanity, Asia produces more than one quarter of the world's output and genera...http://www.streamica.com/v/UYanj2smYqk
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What is the relationship between trade and employment? The impact of trade opening on job creation is a complex topic. What are the effects of trade liberali...http://www.streamica.com/v/k8SWx_S74YY
http://www.wto.org/ 20.09.2011 What is the relationship between the GATS and financial regulation? The financial crisis which started in 2007 brought strong ...http://www.streamica.com/v/Ru4TrbGjDF0
http://www.wto.org/ 20.09.11How to address agricultural export restrictions?The sharp spike in food prices in recent years has sparked fears about food security and raised the spectre of hunger for millions. The causes of this volatility include growing populations, changes in dietary habits, increased use of bio-fuels and climate change. But trade, the conveyor belt between supply and demand, has been a factor too. When governments, often for understandable reasons, employ export restrictions they decrease the available supply of food on world markets and drive prices up. How should the trading system adequately balance the needs of importers and exporters? Nicolas Imboden, Executive Director of IDEAS Centre, and Debapriya Bhattacharya, Centre for Policy Dialogue, discuss this topic with Keith Rockwell, WTO spokesman.More video debates on this channel:http://www.youtube.com/user/WTO#grid/user/F80C09FFF3DCFFD6More information about agricultural export restrictions on the WTO website:http://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/agric_e/negs_bkgrnd09_taxes_e.htmhttp://www.streamica.com/v/lF5sA5zLqKI
Throughout Australia's trade negotiations with Japan and South Korea, there has been a significant level of discussion and public debate about the increased FIRB thresholds allowed under Free Trade Agreements. ... elimination or significant reductions ...
Currently, Japanese negotiators are still pushing to keep tariffs on agricultural imports like rice and beef, one of the key obstacles to finalizing the deal. ... Leaks of the negotiating texts confirmed their fears: The texts showed trade negotiators ...
According to the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service, the restriction on DPA could cost U.S. apple growers $20 million in annual export sales to Europe (USDA Foreign Agricultural Service 2013). Since DPA is sprayed on fruit after it is harvested, USDA ...
Page 17: Joe Hockey has risked inflaming debate about the $3.4 billion takeover bid for GrainCorp, saying he blocked US grains giant Archer Daniels Midland because it was “not of good character''. Page 17: West Australian Premier Colin Barnett has ...
He can't restrict Russian oil and gas exports as that would hurt Europe's people and industry although Putin expects this and is signing an agreement next week to pipe oil and gas to China. Obama could, though, release the US strategic oil reserves ...
As Public Citizen's Lori Wallach writes, the TPP fulfills "the most florid dreams of the 1 Percent--grandiose new rights and privileges for corporations and permanent constraints on government regulation. They include new .... The Sierra Club notes ...