GGPB N°8/2020: Sustainable Development in EU Trade Policy and its Impact on Environmental Governance – The Case of Georgia
Nana KURASHVILI, MEIG Alumna, Geneva, Switzerland
“During the past decade, interconnectedness between respect for sustainable development and multilateral rules of conduct in international trade has increased. For many years, the European Union has promoted sustainable development with its trading partners, using the Generalised System of Preferences and bilateral or interregional free trade agreements.”
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