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Border Disputes in North American Barley Trade: Impacts of Major Agricultural Policies

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Title: Border Disputes in North American Barley Trade: Impacts of Major Agricultural Policies
Author: Wilson, W.W.; Johnson, D.D.
Description: The trade agreement between the US and Canada named CUSTA,the Canadian-US Free Trade Agreement led to tensions in trade relations in the grain markets of wheat and barley. The influx of Canadian wheat and barley sent ripples into the US grain markets. Canada was leveraging it' dominant position by taking advantage of various dynamics of the trade agreement. This placed US grain producers at a great competitive disadvantage. The US utilized various trade and marketing policies in an attempt to equalize the marketplace.
Date: 1994
Subject: Barley
Trade
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/9631

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