NEW ZEALAND: New Zealand to appeal WTO decision on Canadian dairy subsidies
A decision by the World Trade Organisation in Geneva not to rule as illegal a Canadian dairy subsidy scheme is likely to be challenged by New Zealand. It is estimated that the Canadian scheme, devised to replace one ruled illegal by the WTO in 1999, costs New Zealand NZ$80m (US$33.1m) every year. This is the equivalent of more than NZ$5500 a year for every dairy farmer in the country.
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