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Members have updated their responses to the 2007 Survey on the environment and officially supported export credits - Part 01.
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Members have updated their responses to the 2007 Survey on the environment and officially supported export credits - Part 02.
This is a third update on developments in the field of regional trade agreements and environment covering the period late 2008 to December 2009. (OECD Trade and Environment Working Paper N° 2010-01)
In developing a stronger focus on agricultural biomass crops, governments will have to design support policies so as to avoid compromising the ability of the agricultural sector to provide food and feed in a sustainable manner, this study finds.
Metals and minerals such as copper, titanium and rare earths are used to produce high-tech and energy-efficient goods such as hybrid vehicles, computers and aircraft. This paper looks at the impacts of export restrictions often put on these raw materials.
Country case studies of China, Japan, Netherlands, South Africa and the United States in measures that may hamper trade in steel scrap, recovered paper and plastic scrap, and if and how they could be removed without compromising environmental protection.
Trade in steel scrap, recovered paper and plastic scrap is well developed and plays an important role in fostering environmentally sound recycling of these materials. This report assesses options for promoting trade and recycling of these non-hazardous materials.
Les Participants à l’Accord sectoriel sur les crédits à l’exportation pour les aéronefs civils (l’ASU) ont décidé à la fin 2009 de réexaminer l’ASU, dont la version la plus récente date de 2007.
L’OCDE, l’Organisation mondiale du commerce et la Conférence des Nations Unies sur le commerce et le développement ont appelé les chefs d’État et de gouvernement des pays du G20 à résister au protectionnisme, faute de quoi les perspectives de reprise économique risquent d’être anéanties.