U.S./Brazil cotton case deal "a first step"

Bennett, David
April 2010
Southwest Farm Press;4/15/2010, Vol. 37 Issue 11, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the agreement between the U.S. and Brazil to resolve the trade dispute between the two countries. It states that some of the critical aspects of the deal include the prevention of harmful economic effects of trade retaliation and to have a serious discussion regarding the changes in the U.S. cotton projects. An interview with Gary Adams, vice president of National Cottage Council's (NCC's) economic and policy analysis, about the proposed deal is also presented.


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