International issues, Policy, Studies

Dairy Policy in Canada and the United States

An integrated North American dairy market will benefit consumers and producers alike, but it requires policy changes on both sides of an open border. To avoid disruptive trade disputes, the United States needs to remove its remaining dairy subsidies in tandem with Canadian reforms to deal with supply management.

See full PDF article here: Dairy Policy in Canada and the United States by Daniel A. Sumner, Joseph Balagtas and Martha Hall Findlay.

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