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The global welfare gains of US$lO billion are between the standard Canclin and the Harbinson scenarios. This is also true for developed countries, whereas developing countries are better off and least-developed countries are worse off, with the ambitious Canc6n scenario compared to the standard and the Harbinson scenarios. In summary, the analysis indicates that the impacts are not particularly sensitive to reasonable values of assumed tariff reductions. Table 10 Results from an ambitious Canc6n scenario Consumer surplus US$ m Developed Developing Least Developed World Group of 20 Cairns European Union United States 24 379 -10 758 -2 627 10 993 -8 462 -6 849 21 497 -5 646 Source: ATPSM simulation.

20 I n developing and least-developed countries, consumers lose as a group and producers gain because the rise in world prices lifts domestic prices. The government revenue changes only slightly, between 1 and 2 per cent. In less ambitious scenarios, the total welfare for developing countries is positive but small and for least-developed countries it is negative. This is influenced to a large degree by the reduction of export subsidies, which increases prices for temperate products, and somewhat by a reduction in quota rents on sugar received by a significant n u m b e r o f developing countries.

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