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Trade effects of private and public European food safety standards on horticultural imports from Kenya

Bibliographic reference Henry de Frahan, Bruno ; Nimenya, Nicodème. Trade effects of private and public European food safety standards on horticultural imports from Kenya. In: Beghin, John C., Nontariff Measures with Market Imperfections: Trade and Welfare Implications, Emerald group publishing  : UNited Kingdom 2013, p.pp.215-243
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