Farm subsidy programs could face legal challenge

11/30/2005 | NYTimes.com

According to a report by Oxfam International, a global advocacy group, both U.S. and European farm subsidy programs could come under legal fire if the countries do not move toward subsidy reductions in trade talks in Hong Kong. Subsidies for the commodity crops being questioned in the U.S. total $9.3 billion, said Oxfam, and corn, rice and sorghum programs in the U.S. are likely to be challenged.

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