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Forests | 6th May 2021

Securing higher prices for cocoa - Price mechanisms in international trade
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Securing higher prices for cocoa - Price mechanisms in international trade

The purpose of this paper is to examine whether the sustainable production of cocoa can be supported by increasing the price of cocoa on world markets, through a variety of national or international policy measures, and whether these policy measures would align with or breach global trade rules. The paper reviews four approaches: producer-country measures, consumer-country measures, bilateral partnership agreements and international commodity agreements.

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