Thailand: The Impact of Thailand's FTAs on U.S. Agri-Food Exports

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This report analyzes the impact that Thailand’s Free Trade Agreements with other countries have had on U.S. agri-food exports to Thailand. It finds that these agreements reduced U.S. competitiveness and exports of consumer-oriented agricultural products, but has not strongly impacted other agricultural product groups.

Thailand: The Impact of Thailand's FTAs on U.S. Agri-Food Exports

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