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ASEAN Food Security: Towards a More Comprehensive Framework

ASEAN Food Security: Towards a More Comprehensive Framework
23 May 2014
Barry Desker, Mely Caballero-Anthony, Paul Teng

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This Policy Brief is based on the Issues Paper on ASEAN Food Security: Towards a More Comprehensive Framework. The key message is that food security is a priority agenda for the AEC, and the issues to be addressed are: (1) current impediments to agricultural trade and food production; (2) standardisation mechanisms and regulatory frameworks; (3) disjunctions between regional arrangements and domestic policies; (4) public-private partnerships; and (5) crucial indicators for food security robustness.


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