Trading Up - Agricultural Trade, A Bout between Unequals

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This issue of Trading Up analyses the impact of international trade on agriculture in South Asia.

The Centre for Trade and Development (Centad) is an independent, non-profit organisation that carries out policy research and advocacy on issues around trade and development, with a focus on South Asia. It aims to strengthen the ability of governments and communities to make trade and globalisation work for development, keeping its focus on South Asia (India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka). Centad seeks to aid this understanding by research, advocacy, and interactions with civil society institutions, policy makers and other stakeholders.

Trading Up is a quarterly trade magazine issued by Centad as a part of its advocacy and capacity building initiatives. The magazine aims to demystify the issues around trade and development by providing rational information on different themes related to trade and development.

This issue of Trading Up focuses on trade in agriculture from a Southern perspective. It analyses the impact of international trade on agriculture in South Asia. It also features the various negotiating options that developed countries adopt vis-à-vis their agricultural policies. The magazine consists of different sections that cater to the issues of trade in agriculture from the South Asian perspective.

PublicationTrading Up, Vol 1 Issue 2-Agricultural Trade, A Bout between Unequals

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