U.S. COTTON SUBSIDIES ARE ILLEGAL
The World Trade Organization recently ruled that U.S. subsidies to American cotton farmers are illegal. Dean Rusk Center Director C. Donald Johnson said the United States does not have to make changes right away. To read the complete story, see the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (registration required). In the search field, enter the article title "U.S. payments to cotton farmer declared illegal." The article was published 3/4/05, and the author is Dan Chapman.
"U.S. COTTON SUBSIDIES ARE ILLEGAL" (2005). In The News. Paper 308.