The Bali decision on stockholding for food security in developing countries

At the 2013 Bali Ministerial Conference, much of the focus was on a proposal to shield public stockholding programmes for food security in developing countries, so that they would not be challenged legally even if a country’s agreed limits for trade-distorting domestic support were breached. Ministers agreed that their solution would be interim, until a permanent solution was found. But by the end of July 2014, members were deadlocked again, until a breakthrough was agreed in November.


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