CANADA/NEW ZEALAND: WTO brands Canadian dairy subsidies unfair, NZ calls for action
The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has judged a dairy export subsidiary scheme established by the Canadian government as unfair. Other countries, including New Zealand, are pushing for the WTO to take action over the scheme, and Jim Sutton, NZ Trade Negotiations minister, argues that the subsidies have cost domestic dairy products exporters up to NZ$80m (US$32.3m) every year.
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