Feb. 16th, 2016

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"American farmers have been able to dump cotton, wheat, rice, corn and other products on world markets at prices
 that do not begin to cover their cost of production, all thanks to politicians and at the expense of American 
taxpayers. 
Europe's system, meanwhile, is even more odious: United States farm subsidies are equal to only a third of the 
European Union's.
Farm tariffs are also a problem. Take cocoa. European tariffs on raw material are lower than tariffs on final
 products. That means that cocoa-producing countries like Ghana can't export chocolate to Europe, and are 
forced to export the raw material, cocoa, instead. ...""
http://www.nytimes.com/2005/08/22/opinion/22mon1.html?th&emc=th

..." 
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