Agriculture can provide an abundant supply of food, economic resiliency for local economies and financial success for farmers and peasants, all without exploiting people or nature.

Developing Countries Could Earn Three Times the Aid They Receive if Subsidies Are Removed, WTO Says

Associated Press | February 7, 2002 | BY: TOM MALITI; Associated Press Writer NAIROBI, Kenya - Developing countries stand to earn at least three times more in exports than the international aid they currently receive if developed countries drop domestic agricultural subsidies, the World Trade Organization's top official said Thursday.