WTO agreement could lower consumer prices

10/26/2005 | MSN Money

Producer groups' insistence on protective tariffs keeps consumer products prices artificially high, according to economists who see WTO negotiations over the Doha round of global trade talks as an opportunity to begin to chip away at impediments to increased trade worldwide. Europe has so far resisted calls to make deep cuts in its agricultural support programs that include tariffs.

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