Agricultural Protection

Agricultural Protection

1. Any policy that puts up tariffs or other trade barriers on agricultural products so as to prevent or discourage imports. The World Trade Organization seeks to discourage agricultural protection; it was a topic of discussion during the Doha Round.

2. Any policy that seeks to promote agriculture in a given area. See also: Rural development.
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Contract awarded for Purchase Of Traps And Pheromone Of Lymantria Dispar For The Sub-Department Of Plant Health (Forestry Phytosanitary Surveillance Section) Division Of Agricultural Protection And Forestry
lies within an agricultural protection area and special approval is needed for a non-metallic mining permit, according to a report in the FDL Reporter.
Following an introduction that reviews Milward's career and contributions to European history, 23 papers are presented on such topics as European economies of war, Nazi planning and the aluminum industry, the adoption of Danish agricultural models in Iceland, the Marshall Plan, European integration and the Italian Communist Party, the origins and fate of Europe's first law on merger control, and agricultural protection and cultural dimensions of European integration.
I'm neither a game manager nor an environmental scientist, but I would hope we could come to some agreement on how to best utilize these porcine assets while successfully managing hunting habitat and agricultural protection.
Farmers incur lower taxes and can utilize agricultural protection zones, which protect them from nuisance complaints and condemnation, but even that can be circumvented, as Black has discovered.
Aceto Corporation (Nasdaq: ACET), a global leader in the marketing and distribution of pharmaceutical intermediates and active ingredients, finished dosage form generics, nutraceutical products, agricultural protection products and specialty chemicals today announced results of operations for its fiscal 2012 first quarter ended September 30, 2011.
Some scholars have found that higher agricultural protection levels are found in more politically liberal countries, which may partially explain the recent re-emergence of input subsidy programmes in African countries with large numbers of rural voters.
She said with 300 farms in her district, agricultural protection has become a priority.
Similarly, among World Trade Organisation members, China has made the deepest commitment to liberalisation of services, India has raised the issue of wider services liberalisation, and Brazil has been decisive in cracking American and European agricultural protection.
The World Bank estimates that eliminating all agricultural protection -- subsidies and access barriers -- would lift over 300 million people out of poverty.
The amount of money the industrialized countries spend for domestic agricultural protection is far more than they spend for development assistance.
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