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Agricultural Trade: USDA Is Monitoring Trade Market Development Programs as Required but Could Improve Analysis of Impact
Lawrance Evans, Jr. (au)
The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) administers five programs to assist U.S. agricultural industry efforts to build, maintain, and expand overseas markets. However, members of Congress continue to debate the level of funding for this assistance and its impact on agricultural exports. USDA provides about $250 million annually for the five market development programs. The Market Access Program (MAP) and Foreign Market Development Program (FMD) received about 90% of this funding in FY 2012. This report (1) describes participation and expenditures in these market development programs, particularly MAP and FMD; (2) examines the Foreign Agricultural Service (FASäó»s) management and monitoring of its market development programs; and (3) assesses FASäó»s cost-benefit analysis of MAPäó»s and FMDäó»s impact on the U.S. economy. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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