Alternative U.S. And EU Sugar Trade Liberalization Policies and Their Implications

Posted: 23 Feb 2003

See all articles by Won W. Koo

Won W. Koo

North Dakota State University

Abstract

This study analyzes the impacts of alternative trade liberalization policies in the United States and the European Union (EU) on the U.S. sugar industry. A global sugar policy simulation model was used for this analysis. The study results indicate that the U.S. sugar industry may be able to survive if both the United States and the EU liberalize their sugar trade. However, if only the United States eliminates its sugar programs, all U.S. sugar-producing regions would be threatened.

Suggested Citation

Koo, Won W., Alternative U.S. And EU Sugar Trade Liberalization Policies and Their Implications. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=371451

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