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Ending Aid to Rich Farmers May Hurt the Poor Ones [NYT]
December 18, 2005
Senior Fellow William Cline is cited in this New York Times article about the effects of agricultural subsidies on developing world farmers.
From the article:
William Cline, an economist at the Center for Global Development, argues that this analysis omits the fact that more than half the world's poor are in countries that are net agricultural exporters or that could become net exporters if the distortions were eliminated.