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Economic assumptions, World prices, Main policy assumptions for cereal marketsWorld cereal projections, Main policy assumptions for oilseed markets, World oilseed projections, Main policy assumptions for meat markets, OECD meat projections, Main policy assumptions for dairy markets, ...
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Letter from the OECD Export Credits to les Amis de la Terre regarding the Common Approaches Rev 6.
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This is the letter sent by the Civil Society Organisations (CSO) in June 2003 with respect to the 2003 September meeting of the Export Credit Working Group where the CSO were invited to attend.
Establishing a comprehensive and efficient rural credit system providing finance for both the commercial (agricultural and non-agricultural) sector of the rural economy and small-scale farming, is among the most pressing issues on China’s reform agenda today.
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In September 2003 the OECD Export Credit Group met to start the Review of the Common Approaches on Export Credits and the Environment.
Low incomes and high unemployment in rural areas are issues of concern to policy makers in all countries. These issues are particularly pronounced in the Baltic countries, which have recently emerged from a particularly gruelling transition process and are preparing for their integration into the EU.
This meeting will be held in Paris on 3-4 November 2003. The meeting will gather experts to address the issues of reforming environmentally harmful subsidies in the agriculture, fisheries, water, transport and energy sectors, particularly the question of obstacles to subsidy reform.
This publication consists of two volumes.Vol.1: Policies and Summary StatisticsVol. 2: Country Statistics 1999-2001
Presentations, proceedings and other documents from a meeting held in Zurich on 5-8 November 2001.
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Maximum Repayment Terms and Eligibility for Tied and Partially Untied Aid under the Arrangement on Guidelines for Officially Supported Export Credits