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More open markets have brought economic benefits to a broad range of countries over the years, including many in the developing world. How can the Doha Development Agenda talks on further opening up markets in agriculture, industrial and consumer goods, and services be made to live up to their name? Who stands to gain from more open markets and less government support in agriculture? How can developing countries make the most of new
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This study looks at the situation in Korea which began actively promoting its environmental technologies in the early 1990s when the government identified environmental goods and services as one of several strategic national industries. (OECD Trade and Environment Working Paper No. 2004-03.)
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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.)
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This study discusses the evolving demand for and supply of environmental goods and services in Kenya. (OECD Trade and Environment Working Paper No. 2004-02.)
This volume considers trade and development from an economic perspective, aiming to examine these emotive issues using empirical approaches and dispassionate analysis.
This collection of studies is intended as a practical tool to help negotiators navigate the numerous, complex issues that have arisen in international discussions over liberalising trade in environmental goods and services. In addition to explaining the background to the two earlier lists of environmental goods, the different chapters:
Explore various practical issues related to the classification of environmental goods, including
OECD Trade Policy Working Paper No. 5. This report represents the stock-taking of the lessons learned from a series of twenty OECD case studies which examined specific market access problems arising from environmental and health requirements faced by developing country exporters.
This report is based on exchanges with officials of the Spanish Ministries of the Environment; Economy; Agriculture, Fisheries and Food and Foreign Affairs; the Chairs of the Environmental Commissions of the Congress and the Senate, as well as ...
This report is based on exchanges with officials of the Czech Ministries of the Environment, of Industry and Trade, and of Foreign Affairs, representatives of several non-governmental organisations.
This report is based on exchanges with officials of the Finnish Ministries for Foreign Affairs, Environment, and Trade and Industry, and of the Grand Committee of the Finnish Parliament.