NFIDCNet Food-Importing Developing Countries
NFIDCNot Food Importing Developing Countries
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The NFIDC decision provides mechanisms that could substantially contribute to food security.
(92) The increased food price would also benefit NFIDCs in the long term because substituting imports with domestic produce would be economical, thereby causing domestic production to increase.
In the Uruguay Round negotiations, the negotiators were concerned that the reform required by the AoA could have negative effects on least-developed countries and NFIDCs. They worried that the reform would increase the prices of basic foodstuffs and that the food aid would decrease simultaneously.