The OECD Global Forum on Trade 2015 will be held in 2015 at the OECD in Paris.
The main objective of this workshop will be to discuss policy options to enhance positive and minimise potential negative implications of trade openness on food security in view of the evolving agricultural markets and experiences of various countries.
This review, undertaken in close co-operation with the Vietnamese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, assesses the performance of Vietnamese agriculture over the last two decades, evaluates Vietnamese agricultural policy reforms, discusses the policy framework for sustainable investment in agriculture and provides recommendations to address key challenges in the future.
The OECD Food and Agricultural Reviews
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Agricultural Monitoring and Evaluation Definitions People's Republic of China July 2015
The Dutch food, agriculture and horticulture sector is innovative and export oriented, with high value-added along the food chain and significant world export shares for many products. Continuous adoption of innovation has permitted to reach high levels of productivity and sustained productivity growth, in particular at the farm level, in a context of increasing environmental regulatory constraints. The challenge is whether
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Agricultural Monitoring and Evaluation Definitions Brazil July 2015
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Agricultural Monitoring and Evaluation Data People's Republic of China July 2015
This brochure is published within the framework of the Scheme for the Application of International Standards for Fruit and Vegetables established by OECD in 1962. It comprises explanatory notes and illustrations to facilitate the uniform interpretation of the Fresh Figs Standard. This brochure illustrates the standard text and demonstrates the quality parameters on high quality photographs. Thus it is a valuable tool for the
APEC Dialogue with the OECD on Services SMEs in the digital economy: opportunities and policy constraints will take place in Cebu, Philippines, 28 August 2015.
Australia’s agriculture and food industries are well placed to contribute to the economy’s future growth given the robust prospects of global food demand and the continuing high international competitiveness of these sectors. There are, however, important challenges that call for new ways to exploit agricultural resources and human capital. The decade-long decline in agricultural productivity growth needs to be overcome, coupled