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Legal Matter Research on Our Country Agricultural Product Exportation Bitter Experience Green Trade Barrier

Author ZhouChangYong
Tutor ZhongZuoHong
School Nanchang University
Course Economic Law
Keywords Produce Green Trade Barriers WTO Legal Issues
CLC D922.295
Type Master's thesis
Year 2008
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1995, with a new international economic organizations WTO - World Trade Organization established international economic and trade toward a more open and freedom into the field in order to promote the comprehensive development of the international economy , promote the further enhancement of human well-being . Thus the original traditional trade protectionism, the primary means of the use of tariff measures are being greatly curbed, dumping, subsidies have also been effective regulation. But due to the political and economic aspects of the conflict of interest , particularly in the West developed and developing countries , which under the guise of the name of global environmental degradation , the introduction of various products, environmental standards, trade protection of the real line , manufacturing is extremely difficult to go beyond the third world countries green trade barriers. China is a large developing country , it is a large agricultural country, for the manufacture of all kinds of green trade barriers in developed countries on the impact of China's agricultural exports , we must deal with rational . On the one hand we want to see in the current situation the green trade barriers on China's agricultural exports due to a greater negative impact , but we also need to see the world the trend of environmental protection , green trend, actively involved , especially in the formulation of rules of the game , in order to better protect our childish agriculture, to promote their exports, integration into the world trading system .

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