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Agricultural Policies in Non-OECD Countries 2007

Monitoring and Evaluation

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The agricultural sector and related support policies of many OECD trading partners are changing rapidly. This report monitors agricultural policy developments in Brazil, Bulgaria, China, India, Romania, Russia, South Africa and Ukraine following the same approach applied to OECD countries, providing a common benchmark for evaluating reforms and for facilitating international dialogue.  A comprehensive statistical annex containing a wide range of contextual information for these countries is also included.  This book includes StatLinks, URLs under tables and graphs linking to Excel® spreadsheet files containing the underlying data.

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Russia

The agricultural sector benefited from the overall economic growth, which strengthened food demand and prices. With increased tax revenues at government’s disposal, more direct assistance was also provided. However, these impacts were counterbalanced by a rise in fuel prices and by an appreciation of the ruble.

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