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Journal of Economic Integration 2004 June;19(2) :332-352.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.11130/jei.2004.19.2.332
Economic and Environmental Issues in International Trade and Production of Genetically Modified Foods and Crops and the WTO
J. R. Pillarisetti and 
Kylie Radel 
Central Queensland University
Copyright ©2004 Journal of Economic Integration
ABSTRACT
International trade in agriculture is growing rapidly under the auspices of the WTO. Within agriculture, a recent contentious issue relates to trade in genetically modified foods and crops. This paper examines a variety of issues associated with these foods and crops both from advanced and developing countries perspectives. The paper notes significant concerns from a variety of perspectives. JEL Classifications: Q1, Q17, Q28, O13

Keywords: Sustainable agriculture | Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) | Trade | WTO
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