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This chapter offers an assessment of the global trade policies under the WTO framework suggests greater scope for the adoption of ecosystems approach and other relevant mechanisms to enhance trade-environment supportiveness. The roles of the multilateral development banks, generally and the World Bank in particular, have been examined and several measures are found lacking practice of their own declared policies. Examination of the scope for effective integration of environmental features, and identification of enhanced efficiency potential for global coordination of economic and environmental policies constitute other important elements of this chapter.
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