Urban Air Quality Management Strategy in Asia

Urban Air Quality Management Strategy in Asia

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World Bank Technical Paper No. 385. MERCOSUR, the Common Market of the Southern Cone, was established to liberalize the movement of goods and services, eliminate customs duties, and coordinate macroeconomic and sectoral polices. Competition policy has been the subject of coordination at the MERCOSUR level. This paper provides an assessment of the legislative and enforcement effectiveness of the competition framework of the four MERCOSUR countries and gives specific recommendations for reform. MERCOSUR, formed in 1991 under the Treaty of Asuncion, currently consists of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay with Chile and Bolivia as associate members.Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application K. New York: Plenum Press. Lave, L.B., and E.S. ... Mitchell, T. 1991 . ... Cost-Effectiveness of Hydrocarbon Emission Controls in Refineries from Crude Oil Receipt to Product Dispatch. Report No.

Title:Urban Air Quality Management Strategy in Asia
Author: Jitendra J. Shah, Tanvi Nagpal, Carter Brandon
Publisher:World Bank Publications - 1997-01-01


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