The rich world tells the poor world to get rid of subsidies, but continues to spend $1 billion a day subsidizing its own farming enterprises.
Rich countries dump subsidized produce on developing countries, driving down the price of local produce - with devastating effects on the local economy. This unbalanced playing field has made many poor farmers even poorer, or forced them off their land completely.
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Read how cotton subsidy reform could substantially improve the welfare of 10 milliona people.