Brazil has won a preliminary ruling from the World Trade Organization in support of its complaint that U.S. cotton subsidies violate America's free trade commitments. Ken Cook, president of the Environmental Working Group, told The New York Times, "This could mean problems for all domestic subsidy programs, for corn, wheat, rice, everything that receives big direct payments from the U.S. Treasury."
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