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Economic consequences of European Union processing tomato subsidies

Authors analyze the impacts of EU processed tomato industry export subsidies, import barriers, and domestic subsidies on EU producers, consumers and taxpayers and on processed tomato market participants outside the EU.

Read paper here (pdf): Economic Consequences of European Union Processing Tomato Subsidies by Daniel A. Sumner, Bradley J. Rickard, and David S. Hart (Spring 2001)

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