TAIWAN’S AGRICULTURAL sector has faced increased pressure from rapid economic development and soaring labor costs in recent decades. World Trade Organization (WTO) accession in January 2002 and subsequent trade liberalization have brought more challenges, as Taiwan fulfills its WTO commitments of opening its markets and eliminating protective trade measures.Click here to access the PDF file adopted or here to read the original article. Source: Food & Fertilizer Technology Center You also follow Labex Korea by Twitter and Facebook
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