Trade and Environment A Study of India's Leather Exports

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2006-12-14
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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This book is the first and only comparative analysis of environment and trade issues, at both theoretical and policy level, in leather and leather products in India. It deals with the linkages between trade and environment and the problems developing coun

Table of Contents

Trade and environment : linkages and policy issuesp. 6
Global environmental requirementsp. 34
Global leather industry supply chain : temporal and cross-country changesp. 62
Trade liberalization and environmental protection : leather industry responses in Brazil, China, and Italyp. 84
The Indian leather industry supply chainp. 103
Preparedeness of the Indian leather industry with respect to domestic and global environmental requirementsp. 119
India's exports of leather and leather products : trade policy and composition and direction of tradep. 137
Perceptions of Indian leather exporters to environmental requirements and transaction costsp. 165
Growth prospects for exports of Indian leather and leather products : what needs to be done?p. 175
Tanning technology : current status, desirable improvements, and best available technologiesp. 224
Domestic environmental requirements in India's major competitors : China, Indonesia, Thailand, and Pakistanp. 284
Questionnaire for leather products manufacturersp. 292
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