Circular economy policies and initiatives largely take place domestically at the national or regional level. However, they have important interlinkages with international trade. International trade plays an important role in circular supply chains in materials and products, end-of-life value chains in waste and scrap, secondary raw materials and second-hand goods.
Join Shunta Yamaguchi and Rob Dellink of the OECD Environment Directorate on 25 March at 15:00 CET to discuss the role of international trade in the transition to a resource efficient and circular economy.
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For more information on OECD work on trade and circular economy click here. See also two recent publications by OECD: International Trade and Circular Economy: Policy Alignment and The Consequences of a More Resource Efficient and Circular Economy for International Trade Patterns