Znamenackova, Jitka; Sauer, Petr; Lara Cervantes, Rene Fernando
January 2014
Actual Problems of Economics / Aktual'ni Problemi Ekonomìki;2014, Vol. 151 Issue 1, p312
Academic Journal
Case Study
Global liberalization of environmental goods (EG) has been a core of a long-standing debate for more than 10 years at many international forums. Despite the consensus on benefits of liberalization, there has been a little progress on opening up the global market for EG. This paper summarises the current state of discussions on the problems and potential benefits of improving the market access to EG. The case study of Czech Republic's trade with EG is shown and particularly the development after the entry to the EU is analysed and discussed as an example of the best practice for Ukraine which intends to join the EU in future.


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