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Introduction: .pdf File

Acknowledgments: .pdf File

Contributions: .pdf File

SECTION ONE:

19th IPC Plenary Meeting & Seminar, May 11-13, 1997, Belo Horizonte, Brazil

  1. The Latin American Agricultural Trade Picture
    Lucio Reca, Visiting Research Fellow, IFPRI
    Eugenio Diaz Bonilla, IFPRI
     
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  2. Domestic Policies Needed to Compete at Home and Abroad
    Antonio Salazar Brandão, Director, Fundação Getulio Vargas/IBRE, Brazil
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  3. South American Agriculture – Challenges & Opportunities: Domestic Policies Needed to Compete at Home and Abroad
    Hector Laurence, Corporate Vice President, Pioneer Hi-Bred
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  4. Latin America: Opportunities and Problems in the FTAA
    Guilherme Leite de Silva Dias, Secretary, Agriculture Policy, Ministry of Agriculture, Brazil
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  5. South America’s Problems in the FTAA
    Anthony Wylie, Former Director General, Fundación Chile, IPC Member
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  6. Removing International Constraints to Increase Exports
    Ronald Bown, President, Asociación de Exportadores de Chile
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  7. The Future of Brazilian Agriculture
    Senator Arlindo Porto, Minister of Agriculture and Food Supply, Brazil
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  8. IPC Recommendations for the Free Trade Area of the Americas
    Dale Hathaway, National Center for Food and Agriculture Policy, USA,
    IPC Member
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  9. Integration in the Americas: The Role of Agribusiness
    Larry Boone, Deputy Director General, Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA)
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  10. Public Subsidies in Agriculture: Problems for Developing the Free Trade Area of the Americas
    Enrique Ospina, Senior Research fellow, Economic Studies, Banco de la República, Colombia
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SECTION TWO:

24th IPC Plenary Meeting and Seminar, October 13-15, 1999, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

  1. Agriculture’s Role in Accelerating Broad-Based Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa
    Rogier van den Brink, Senior Economist, The World Bank, Zimbabwe
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  2. Financing Smallholder Farmers
    Dr. Joseph Made, Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director, Agricultural & Rural Development Authority, Zimbabwe
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  3. Agriculture and the New Trade Agenda in the WTO 2000 Negotiations; Economic Issues and Policy Options for Swaziland
    G. G. Maasdorp, Emeritus Professor of Economics, University of Natal, Durban; and M. S. A. Badurally Adam, Director of Budget Management, Treasury of  KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
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  4. Towards a Strengthened and More Mature ACP-EU Partnership
    Lord Plumb of Coleshill, Former President of the European Union, Former IPC Chairman, UK
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  5. Africa’s Future Role in World Agriculture
    Denis Norman, Former Minister of Lands, Agriculture and Water Development, Zimbabwe
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  6. Notes for Focus on Zimbabwe’s Experience with Free Market Agriculture
    Tobias Takavarasha, Secretary, Ministry of Lands, Agriculture and Water Development, Zimbabwe
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  7. Zimbabwe’s Future Role in World Agricultural Trade
    Kumbirai M. Kangai, Ministry of Lands, Agriculture and Water Development, Zimbabwe
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  8. Implementation of World Trade Agreements and Implications for Agriculture in SADC
    Firmino Mucavele, Dean of Economics, Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique
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  9. Implementation and Accomplishments of the WTO – Farmers’ Hopes and Aspirations for the Seattle Round
    David Hasluck, Commercial Farmers’ Union, Zimbabwe
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  10. Problems for Free Trade in African Agriculture
    Robbie Mupawose, Chairman, Zimbabwe Leaf Tobacco, Zimbabwe
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  11. Problems for Free Trade in African Agriculture, Smallholder Farmer’s Perspective
    Silas Hungwe, President, Zimbabwe Farmers Union, Zimbabwe
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  12. Problems for Free Trade in African Agriculture – Commercial Challenges and Opportunities
    David Gass, Tongaat-Hulett Company, South Africa
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SECTION THREE:

26th IPC Plenary Meeting and Seminar, November 9-12, 2000, Beijing, People’s Republic of China

  1. Introduction to Chinese Agriculture
    Dr. Du Ying, Director, Department for Policy, Regulation & Law, Ministry of Agriculture, China
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  2. Agricultural Policy and Food Security in China
    Dr. Huang Jikun, Director, Center for Chinese Agricultural Policy, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
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  3. China’s Position on Trade and the WTO
    Mr. Ma Yongxiang, Deputy Director for Development, Planning Department, Ministry of Agriculture, China
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  4. China's Rural Development Strategy
    Dr. Lin Justin, China Center for Economic Research, Peking University, China
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  5. The Impact of the Financial Crisis on the Agricultural Sector in Indonesia and Its Possible Agriculture Stance in the WTO Talks
    Mr. Rachmat Badruddin, Chairman, Indonesian Tea Cooperative, Indonesia
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  6. Vietnam and the WTO
    Dr. Vo-Tong Xuan, Director, Mekong Delta Farming Systems R&D Institute, University of CanTho, Vietnam
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  7. Asia’s Future Role in World Agriculture Trade: Thailand
    Dr. Ajva Taulananda, Vice Chairman, Charoen Pokphand Co., Thailand
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  8. Southeast Asia and the WTO: Malaysia
    Mr. Lee Keng Bin, Council Member & Past Chairman, Asian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Malaysia
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  9. The WTO Negotiations on Agriculture: An Indian Perspective
    Dr. I.P. Singh, President, National Institute of Agriculture, India
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