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This study analyses the development of trade in environmental goods and services in Czech Republic and the impact of its liberalization on the country. (OECD Trade and Environment Working Paper No. 2004-01.)
Representatives of CSOs met in Paris on 29 (morning) May 2006 with Members of the Working Party on Export Credits and Credit Guarantees (ECG) to discuss the current review of the Recommendation on Common Approaches on Environment and Officially Supported Export Credits (the&
The changes to the prevailing text of the Arrangement are recorded in the Unclassified document ; these changes concern in the main Article 24 e) and Annex VII.
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Letter to the Chairman of the Working Party on Export Credits and Credit Guarantees regarding the review of the OECD Recommendation on Common Approaches on Environment and Officially Supported Export Credits and the consultation with Stakeholders on the 29 May 2006.
At a time when agriculture is no longer the dominant sector in rural economies in OECD countries, this study examines the advantages of developing coherence between agricultural and rural development policies.
This paper analyses the relation between time for exports and imports, logistics services and international trade.
This volume considers trade and development from an economic perspective, aiming to examine these emotive issues using empirical approaches and dispassionate analysis.
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The main issues for discussion were officially supported export credits on enhanced measures to deter bribery, review of the OECD Recommendation on export credits and the environment, business developments, and dialogues with Non-Member Economies.
Why is policy coherence for development important to policy makers, producers and the rural poor? How does it affect global agricultural trade? Can greater policy coherence help reduce poverty reduction and alleviate hunger?
This study advises policy makers on how to use market mechanism instruments (such as transferable access rights and individual transferable quotas) in fisheries management.