Policy and Regulation

World trade ministers agree to collaborate on climate change

Trade ministers meeting in Davos have launched an initiative recognising the need to work more closely if trade is to be a solution to climate change. The Coalition of Trade Ministers on Climate was launched on Thursday by trade leaders from Ecuador, the EU, Kenya and New Zealand, grouping over ...

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