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. See for example the explanation of the tariff cutting formula. And for export subsidies, which (...) be translated into cuts in tariffs on thousands of products, and reductions in subsidies and support (...) . These would be part of the final deal. · Formulas in the “modalities” would describe the basic cuts in tariffs
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Score: 617376.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../agric_e/ag_modals_feb08_e.doc
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. See for example the explanation of the tariff cutting formula. And for export subsidies, which (...) the “modalities” have been agreed, they would be translated into cuts in tariffs on thousands of products (...) ” would describe the basic cuts in tariffs, support and subsidies. For domestic support and tariffs
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Score: 617376.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../agric_e/ag_modals_feb08_e.pdf
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, potatoes, pineapples, etc - how deep the cuts on tariffs would be for these depends on: how high (...) the current tariff is : higher tariffs have higher cuts, ranging from 50% to 66-73% subject to a 54% minimum (...) countries) or "special" (developing) : sensitive products would have cuts of only 1/3, 1/2 or 2/3
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Score: 616023.83 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...p_e/dda_e/meet08_brief01_e.htm
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to cut tariffs, and reduce agricultural subsidies and support, along with flexibilities to deal (...) , rice, beef, sugar, cheese, potatoes, pineapples, etc — how deep the cuts on tariffs would (...) be for these depends on: · how high the current tariff is : higher tariffs have higher cuts, ranging from 50% to 66–73
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Score: 616023.83 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...p_e/dda_e/meet08_brief01_e.doc
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Alignment of the ECE cut codes with the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (HS codes (...) ). Alignment of ECE cut codes with HS codes – comments from UN/CEFACT The following document was received from (...) or not) instead of the type of cuts… If it is an isolated case, then perhaps such voluntary recommendations could
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Score: 614622 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...1-09/GE11_2021_Inf4_CEFACT.pdf
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on what that treatment might reasonably be. 5. First, I think that the actual cuts should be closely (...) around the sensitive cuts ranges for developing country Members (bearing in mind that the sensitive cut (...) any such obligation.) 6. By my calculations, the ranges of sensitive product cuts look roughly like
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Score: 614302.73 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...ic_e/workdoc_15specprods_e.doc
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focus on what that treatment might reasonably be. 5. First, I think that the actual cuts should (...) be closely around the sensitive cuts ranges for developing country Members (bearing in mind (...) that the sensitive cut ranges would carry with them normally a tariff quota expansion obligation. Special Products
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Score: 614302.73 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...ic_e/workdoc_15specprods_e.pdf
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the “modalities” have been agreed, each country would use them to cut subsidies, support, and tariff ceilings (...) in the “modalities” would describe the basic cuts in tariffs, support and subsidies. For domestic support and tariffs (...) , “tiered” formulas are used: if support or a tariff is high (ie, in a higher tier) it will be cut more
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Score: 614252.15 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../agric_e/ag_modals_jul08_e.doc
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the “modalities” have been agreed, each country would use them to cut subsidies, support, and tariff ceilings (...) in the “modalities” would describe the basic cuts in tariffs, support and subsidies. For domestic support and tariffs (...) , “tiered” formulas are used: if support or a tariff is high (ie, in a higher tier) it will be cut more
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Score: 614252.15 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../agric_e/ag_modals_jul08_e.pdf
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(see for example the explanation of the tariff cutting formula). For export subsidies, which (...) will be eliminated, the remaining question on the “formula” is only about annual steps for cutting subsidized (...) minimis + Blue). EU to cut by 75% or 85%; US/Japan to cut 66% or 73%; the rest to cut by 50% or by 60
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Score: 614113.13 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../agric_e/ag_modals_feb08_e.htm
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