China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development (CCICED): Main Topics Report by the CCICED Task Force on Investment, Trade, and Environment
This research paper described the current state of Chinese international trade and investment activities, and sought to understand how they affected China's drive toward its sustainable development and green shift goals.
The study provided realistic and user-friendly recommendations that could be implemented to accelerate and expand the positive contribution of investment and trade to the environment while the economy evolves. In this process, the Task Force also explored how China could cooperate with its trading partners and investment rivals to promote bilateral green shift opportunities. Finally, the Task Force focused on how China could carry out multilateral cooperation with the international community in the fields of investment and trade, helping establish and improve relevant systems and mechanisms to promote a global green shift.
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