CANADA: Dairy farmers allowed to keep subsidies, says WTO
Dairy farmers in Canada have won a long-running dispute over subsidies, after a World Trade Organisation (WTO) appeal body in Geneva finally overturned a ruling that viewed the giving of aid to Canada's dairy producers as providing unfair trade advantages to the country's exporters. The ruling, made last July, threatened to enable the US and New Zealand to levy more than US$1bn in trade sanctions against Canada.
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