Tracking Distortions in Agriculture: China and Its Accession to the World Trade Organization

@inproceedings{Huang2004TrackingDI,
  title={Tracking Distortions in Agriculture: China and Its Accession to the World Trade Organization},
  author={Jikun Huang and Scott Rozelle and Min Chuan Chang},
  year={2004}
}
This article examines the impacts of China's accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) on prices in its agricultural sector. The analysis uses a new methodology to estimate nominal protection rates in China's agricultural sector before its accession to the WTO. These new measures account for differences in commodity quality within China and between China and world markets. The analysis shows that some of China's agricultural commodities are well above world market prices and others are… CONTINUE READING

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