Moving ‘local’ food within the region part two: Breaking down non-tariff barriers
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This feature highlights the importance of eliminating barriers that hinder agricultural trade between CARICOM countries. Trade is an important stimulus for business, and greater exchange within the Region will lead to increased demand for agriculture and food products originating within the Region. The feature focuses specifically on the issues of removing or reducing non-tariff barriers and harmonizing trade policies and procedures across the Region, as recommended in a study carried out as part of the Caribbean Action under the Agriculture Policy Programme (APP). Such actions have the potential to open up intra-regional trade and provide more food for people’s tables; to put more money in the pocket of producers and keep more money in the pockets of consumers.
URI (Permanet link to cite or share this item)http://repositorio.iica.int/handle/11324/2525
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