The Uruguay Round of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), if negotiated to a successful completion, will affect world trading patterns. This paper summarizes and analyzes the structure of the international markets for fruits and vegetables, and projects changes in response to reforms likely to follow a successful GATT negotiation. The research focused on the European Community (EC), selected European Free-Trade Association (EFTA) nations, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, and Colombia.
Iowa State University
Alston, Julian M.; Carter, Colin; Weiss, Kenneth; and Zhang, Bin, "Temperate Fruit and Vegetable Trade under the GATT" (1994). GATT Research Papers. 17.