Journalism by John Madeley
What will agriculture in the North look like if rich governments stop subsidising their farmers? And what do developing countries stand to gain?
World trade talks have collapsed in Geneva over America's and Europe's refusal to cut the billions of dollars they provide in support to their agricultural sector.
Although past Southern alliances have failed to pack a punch in North-South discussions, three formed at the Cancun WTO meeting struck a blow by refusing to accept proposals.
Countries: United Kingdom