The International Politics of Agricultural Trade: Canadian-American Relations in a Global Agricultural Context

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Contents
Preface and Acknowledgmentsix
Chapter 1 Introduction3
Chapter 2 An Overview of Canadian-American Agricultural Trade Relations33
Chapter 3 The Organizational Setting50
Chapter 4 International Pricing Arrangements66
Chapter 5 American Surplus Disposal Measures91
Chapter 6 Canadian and U.S. Agricultural Export Credits111
Chapter 7 Agricultural Trade Barriers139
Chapter 8 Conclusion180
Notes205
Bibliography229
Acronyms and Abbreviations257
Index259
TABLES
1.1 The Ten Leading Food Exporters: Percentage of World Food Exports6
1.2 U.S. and Canadian Crop Exports, 1986-876
1.3 Percentages of Global Wheat and Wheat Flour Exports7
1.4 Canada's Major Agricultural Trading Partners, 198711
1.5 United State's Major Agriculture Trading Partners, 198711

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface and Acknowledgments ix
  • 1 - Introduction 3
  • 2 - An Overview of Canadian- American Agricultural Trade Relations 33
  • CONCLUSIONS 48
  • 3 - The Organizational Setting 50
  • CONCLUSIONS 63
  • CONCLUSIONS 88
  • 5 - American Surplus Disposal Measures 91
  • CONCLUSIONS 108
  • 6 - Canadian and U.S. Agricultural Export Credits 111
  • CONCLUSIONS 136
  • 7 - Agricultural Trade Barriers 139
  • CONCLUSIONS 177
  • 8 - Conclusion 180
  • Notes 205
  • Selected Bibliography 229
  • Acronyms and Abbreviations 257
  • Index 259
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