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BARBADOS TRADE POLICY AND INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS A PAPER PREPARED FOR THE EXPERT MEETING ON ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE GENEVA, SWITZERLAND OCTOBER 2 ND –4 TH , 2002.

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BARBADOSTRADE POLICY AND INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTSA PAPER PREPARED FOR THE EXPERT MEETING ON ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS AND INTERNATIONAL TRADEGENEVA, SWITZERLANDOCTOBER 2ND –4TH, 2002


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THE TRADING ENVIRONMENTTRADE POLICY FORMULATION BASED ON EXTENSIVE CONSULTATION WITH BUSINESS AND SOCIAL PARTNERSOPENNESS OF ECONOMY VITAL TO GROWTH


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EXPORT TRADESERVICES ORIENTEDTOURISM (11.3% GDP)FINANCIAL SERVICES (17.9% GDP)MANUFACTURING (11% GDP)


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IMPORT TRADEDIVERSIFIED, WITH STRONG RELIANCE ON IMPORTED FOODU.S.A. SUPPLIES 40% OF IMPORTS


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ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS AND MARKET ACCESSGREATEST INFLUENCE ON TOURISMBARBADOS HAS HIGHEST PERCENTAGE OF GREEN GLOBE CERTIFIED HOTELS IN THE CARIBBEAN


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NO DISCERNIBLE TREND IN MANUFACTURING SECTORBMA ADVOCATES CLOSELY LINKED EMPHASIS ON TRADE AND ENVIRONMENT FROM GOVERNMENT TO SPUR THE DRIVE TO EMS IMPLEMENTATION


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AIM OF MARINE POLLUTION CONTROL ACT IS TO REGULATE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF BUSINESS ACTIVITIES


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CAPACITY BUILDING ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF BUSINESS ACTIVITIESSUPPORT FOR NATIONAL AND REGIONAL INSTITUTIONSTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FUNDINDUSTRIAL INVESTMENT AND EMPLOYMENT FUNDINNOVATION FUNDINDUSTRIAL CREDIT FUND


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DOHA WORK PROGRAMME ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF BUSINESS ACTIVITIESESTABLISHMENT OF :WORK PROGRAMME ON SMALL ECONOMIESWORKING GROUP ON TRADE, DEBT AND FINANCEWORKING GROUP ON TRADE AND TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGY


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FULLY SUPPORTS SPECIAL AND DIFFERENTIAL TREATMENT AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES


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A FINAL POINT TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIESANY ENVIRONMENTAL CRITERIA DEVELOPED SHOULD BE CONSISTENT WITH THE ABILITY OF THE PRODUCING COUNTRY TO MANAGE EFFECTIVELY


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