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  • 9-April-2013


    Podcast: Agricultural innovation - EuroChoices interview with Ken Ash, OECD Trade and Agriculture Director

    Demand for food and feed is increasing worldwide, and there is greater pressure on land, water and biodiversity. Agriculture policymakers face the challenge of increasing innovation, improving agricultural productivity growth and make more efficient use of available natural resources. In this interview for EuroChoices, OECD Trade and Agriculture Director Ken Ash explains the role that innovation will play in the future of food.

  • 27-March-2013


    Broccoli: International Standards for Fruit and Vegetables

    This international standard applies to broccoli of varieties (cultivars) grown from Brassica oleracea var.italica Plenck to be supplied fresh to the consumer, broccoli for industrial processing being excluded.

  • 19-February-2013

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    PCD in Focus: Non-Tariff Measures in Agri‑Food Trade: Improving Policy Coherence for Development

    Governments are increasingly called upon to respond to a variety of concerns raised by society in many areas such as the environment, animal welfare and food safety. And they are asked to do so in a coherent manner. To address any market imperfections, governments have a number of options available to intervene, including regulatory, subsidy or tax based measures.

  • 6-February-2013


    Estimating the Constraints to Agricultural Trade of Developing Countries

    Agricultural trade can be a powerful engine for economic growth, poverty reduction, and development. However, efforts by developing countries to expand their agricultural trade are often hampered by domestic supply-side constraints such as lack of trade-related infrastructure. This report looks at some of the most important of these constraints, and features case studies from Indonesia, Zambia and Mozambique.

  • 6-February-2013


    Building Resilience for Adaptation to Climate Change in the Agriculture Sector: Proceedings of a Joint FAO/OECD Workshop

    To help meet the challenges posed by climate change, the agriculture sector should increase its resilience. This book presents the summary and papers from a joint workshop by FAO and OECD that looked at how agriculture can build resilience for adaptation to climate change.

  • 1-February-2013


    Watermelons - International Standards for Fruit and Vegetables

    This brochure presents the standard that applies to watermelons of varieties (cultivars) grown from Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.) Matsum. et Nakai to be supplied fresh to the consumer, watermelons for industrial processing being excluded. It is published within the framework of the Scheme for the Application of International Standards for Fruit and Vegetables established by OECD in 1962.

  • 28-janvier-2013


    L’OCDE préconise le rapprochement de la politique énergétique, des finances publiques et des objectifs d’environnement

    Deux nouveaux rapports de l’OCDE apportent des informations très diverses sur la façon dont la réforme des subventions et des allégements fiscaux en faveur des énergies fossiles peut aider les pays à accroître leurs finances publiques et à respecter des objectifs écologiques.

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  • 18-January-2013


    Panel on private investment in the food and agriculture sectors

    Private investment in the food and agriculture sectors can enhance productivity, drive job creation and income growth, increase food supply and improve food security, according to panel participants. The panel also recognised the need to attract more private private investment in the food and agriculture sectors, and called on governments to design coherent policy frameworks and implement reforms to improve the investment climate.

  • 26-November-2012


    Policy Coherence for Food Security in Developing Countries

    OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría opens the OECD Global Forum on Agriculture 2012 held in Paris.

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  • 10-octobre-2012


    L’Indonésie peut améliorer sa sécurité alimentaire par l’investissement, les échanges et la réforme des subventions, constate l’OCDE

    L’Indonésie peut améliorer sa sécurité alimentaire en favorisant un investissement agricole accru, en ouvrant davantage ses marchés agro-alimentaires aux échanges internationaux, en réformant les subventions aux intrants et les programmes d’aide alimentaire, ainsi qu’en renonçant à l’objectif d’autosuffisance, selon un nouveau rapport de l’OCDE.

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