green box subsidy
 n.— «Dismissing the idea of so-called “green box subsidies” (WTO parlance for payments which are deemed not to affect world trade), Lord Radice called for a “robust stance,” where freedom of trade was held paramount.» —“WTO credibility hangs in Doha balance” by Rhys Blakely Times (London, U.K.) June 16, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)