The Current State of Global Trade

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With the global food demand expected to rise by 70% by 2050, international trade will allow agriculture inputs and products to move from food-producing regions to food insecure regions.

Click the links below for a few perspectives on international trade for global food security. Then, watch GHI’s trade policy video and read the trade policy paper.

The Challenge of Feeding 9 Billion People
Bloomberg
May 29, 2013

India to push for food security pact at informal WTO meet
The Hindu Business Line
May 29, 2013

The New Trade Opportunity – A Global Perspective
Global Harvest Initiative
May 22, 2013

International trade in an era of relative resource scarcity
International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development
May 2013

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