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Author: Michele Veeman,Terry Veeman
ISBN: 0888626223
Subcategory: Economics
Pages 132 pages
Publisher Lorimer (January 1, 1984)
Language English
Category: Moneymaking
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eBook The Future of Grain: Canada's Prospects for Grains, Oilseeds and Related Industries (Canadian Institute for Economic Policy Series) download

by Michele Veeman,Terry Veeman


The Future Of Grain book. Written in the early 1980s, The Future of Grain examines Canada's growing grain exports and the outlook for the industry's future.

The Future Of Grain book. The Future Of Grain: Canada's Prospects For Grains, Oilseeds, And Related Industries.

Structural developments in the canadian grains and oilseeds sector. This places developing countries in a very difficult position, and dramatically reduces the prospects for future gains through freer trade. In this special report, we outline the following issues that will impact the world agri-food trade context in the coming years: • International trade in primary commodities from the developing country perspective • The US Farm Bill and recent US trade policy initiatives • The agenda for the Doha Round of WTO • Impact of US policy initiatives on the success of WTO.

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The Future of Grain : Canada's Prospects for Grains, Oilseeds and Related Industries. by Michele Veeman and Terry Veeman. The authors examine the prospects such an increase holds for the largely static Canadian industries connected to grain: manufacturers of agricultural machinery, pesticides and fertilizers; processing industries such as feed and flour milling, canola crushing and barley malting.

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The future of grain by Terry Veeman, 1984, J. Lorimer in association with the Canadian . Canada's prospects for grains, oilseeds, and related industries. Bibliography: p. 121-130. The Canadian Institute for Economic Policy series.

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Canada’s experience with grain transportation policy reform illustrates two broad principles in the design and implementation of agricultural policy

Canada’s experience with grain transportation policy reform illustrates two broad principles in the design and implementation of agricultural policy. First, it illustrates the fact that there are important economic gains to reap from designing agricultural policy in such a way that it does not distort market signals. Secondly, it demonstrates the ability of the industry to adapt in response to policy change and to take advantage of new opportunities. This paper provides an overview of grain transportation policy in Canada over the last 100 years.

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Written in the early 1980s, The Future of Grain examines Canada's growing grain exports and the outlook for the industry's future.The authors examine the prospects such an increase holds for the largely static Canadian industries connected to grain: manufacturers of agricultural machinery, pesticides and fertilizers; processing industries such as feed and flour milling, canola crushing and barley malting. And they suggest improvements to every aspect of government involvement--from measures to conserve Prairie soil to macroeconomic policy--that affects this important sector.The Future of Grain offers a valuable analysis of this important agricultural sector at a vital time in its history.