Agreement on Agriculture


Agreement on Agriculture
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сокр. AoA межд. эк. Соглашение по сельскому хозяйству, Сельскохозяйственное соглашение (соглашение по вопросам международной торговли сельскохозяйственными товарами, достигнутое странами-участницами ГАТТ в ходе Уругвайского раунда многосторонних торговых переговоров; в этом соглашении страны-участницы установили правила по доступу на рынок, внутренней поддержке производителей и экспортной конкуренции и договорились о существенной либерализации торговли сельскохозяйственной продукцией)
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