Indian agriculture unnecessary
The statement comes from the World Trade Organization
WTO’s future director general, Thai Supachai
Panitchpakdi, who held a seminar on Thursday
at the Norwegian Foreign Policy Institute in Oslo. Panitchpakdi went
there again for attacks against all forms of agricultural aid
which restricts free trade and food prices, reports
In order to maintain a vibrant landscape, Norway wanted it
Instead, be able to pay people to stay in beautiful, hard to reach
areas, says Panitchpakdi. They can keep the surroundings
nice and clean and run restaurants for tourists.
Supachai Panitchpakdi’s criticism of agricultural support applies
all the rich countries of the world, and embark on it
that such support prevents developing countries from
to sell their products in these markets.