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Jan 28, 2011 - · Non-tariff barriers (NTBs) · Tariff profiles of WTO Members Discussions: Q&A 10:30 - 10:45 Coffee/Tea Break 10:45 - 12:00 Session 2: Overview of Negotiations in Non-Agricultural Market Access Scope of the Doha mandate on NAMA · Key issues involved Discussions: Q & A 12:00 - 13:00 Lunch Break 13
Apr 23, 2008 - under the Agricultural Development Scheme, have been eliminated. Quotas are maintained on imports of table potatoes and salt, and on exports of chilled fish. A cess and the Tea Board fee are levied on tea imports. Tariff protection in agriculture (Major Division 1 of ISIC Revision 2) averages 4.9% (down from 14
Jun 13, 2017 - efficiency in Kenyan tea sector 4 Goal: Strengthen the competitiveness and resource efficiency of SMEs in the tea sector (2013-16) Main challenge: High dependency on firewood for drying of tea leaves and inefficient resource management Sustainability Map Sustainability Standards: Decision making tool
Jan 28, 2011 - Town Lodge Hotel CIVIL SOCIETY DIALOGUE Monday, 15 November 2010 09.00-10.00 Opening of the Civil Society Dialogue Welcome Remarks Axel Schmidt, Resident Representative, FES South Africa Office Keith Rockwell, Director, Information and External Relations Division, WTO 10.00-10.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Jul 13, 2004 - is scheduled for 12th to 14th July 2004 in Mombassa- Kenya. Kenyan farmers have had a share of abuses on most reputable crops by the middle men and exporters. Of the 17 easily identifiable GI products, tea and coffee have been renowned world over for their quality and distinctive flavour. The reputation
Nov 04, 2010 - , the major agricultural exports are tea, rubber, and coconut, which accounted for 20.5% of export earnings in 2009. Other export crops include cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, pepper, cocoa, and coffee; these represented 3.4% of export earnings in 2009 (Table IV.1). Rice dominates the domestic food production
Sep 30, 2004 - 56.4 0711 Coffee, not roasted 44.8 21.5 10.0 53.1 27.0 30.5 0741 Tea 11.5 30.1 58.6 25.7 29.8 25.6 0573 Bananas (including plantains), fresh or dried 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.1 0.1 1222 Cigarettes containing tobacco 0.0 0.0 0.7 0.2 0.0 0.1
Apr 04, 2003 - 49 III.6 Liquidations, 1985-2002 51 IV ANALYSIS OF TRADE POLICIES AND PRACTICES BY SECTOR IV.1 Trends in the main food crops, 1990-99 56 IV.2 Trends in livestock, 1992-99 56 IV.3 Coffee production, 1995/96 to 2000/01 58 Page IV.4 Tea production, 1997-2001 63 IV.5 Cotton sector: principal
Apr 03, 2017 - instead of diversifying. Dependency. The experience of the 1980s and 1990s shows that when countries specialize in export crops such as cotton, coffee, tea, tobacco and cocoa, they become dependent on these products and are vulnerable to volatile
WTO | Development - Aid for Trade - Third Global Review of Aid for Trade - Key players show results on the ground
Apr 03, 2017 - route, bringing prosperity A highway mirroring a strand of the ancient Tea Horse Trail is expanding tourism, trade and families' standard of living in rural China, Laos and Thailand. Inter-American Development Bank The IDB is the main
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