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Agricultural policy and food self-sufficiency

Agricultural policy and food self-sufficiency

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Published by Associated Publishing House in New Delhi .
Written in English


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Statementedited by S.C. Mathur.
ContributionsMathur, S. C.
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Open LibraryOL14177074M

USTR Agricultural Policy Advisory Council and the Council on Foreign Relations. The author would like to extend thanks to the members of IPC’s Food Security and Climate Change Working Group as well as all participants at the IPC spring plenary meeting in Salzburg, Austria, May File Size: KB. The development of the National Agricultural Policy comes against the background of the fact that since the National Agriculture Policy of , the sector has been operating in context of rapid changes and evolving dynamics in policy and institutional environments at national, regional, continental and international Size: 1MB.

Trends in EU agricultural self-sufficiency Worries and concerns about food security, real or imagined, have figured prominently in the debate on EU agricultural policy since the Commission launched its consultation document on the recent CAP reform in , stimulated by the price spike on global food markets in the years Home IFPRI Publications Food security and food self sufficiency in Bhutan Reference URL Share. Add tags Comment Rate. Save to favorites. To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website. Food security and food self sufficiency in Bhutan.

  Food self-sufficiency has become a high-priority policy agenda for developing governments in conjunction with the food price volatility in recent years. Even though a food autarky has been long regarded as one of the most potent strategies to achieve national food security, the effectiveness of the policy has not been investigated using a quantitative simulation by: 1. This indicates guidelines for agricultural policies 10 years from now. The plan contains, among other things, the target level for Japan's food self-sufficiency ratio, policies for structural reform, stabilization schemes for agricultural income and ideas for promoting effective use of agricultural by: 4.


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