APEC EGS News / Updates
Statement on Addressing the Economic Crisis and Positioning for Recovery Issued by APEC Ministers E-mail
Tuesday, 28 July 2009 08:00

We, the APEC Ministers Responsible for Trade, met in Singapore from 21-22 July 2009.

The global economy appears to be bottoming out, but the outlook remains uncertain and significant risks remain. We will therefore persist with efforts to support growth and facilitate trade and investment flows, keep our markets open, and give a new push to concluding the Doha Round. Looking beyond the current economic crisis, we will accelerate our efforts to integrate the Asia-Pacific region, and ensure that our growth strategies are inclusive and sustainable.

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Mexico to improve water quality and availability: Two sewage treatment projects to be tendered E-mail
Tuesday, 21 July 2009 05:43

Recognizing the importance of infrastructure development to Mexico’s economic development and competitiveness, in July 2007 President Felipe Calderon launched National Infrastructure Program (NIP) to dramatically increase infrastructure investment in energy, transportation and health. This major focus on infrastructure presents over $141 billion in new opportunities for U.S. firms until 2012. The NIP will be financed using public-private partnerships, with significant Mexican public sector investment. For more on Mexico’s NIP and opportunities for U.S. firms, visit http://www.buyusa.gov/mexico/en/

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APEC Environmental Goods and Services Information Exchange E-mail
Tuesday, 12 May 2009 16:00

Prepared by the United States, Canada and New Zealand

An information-sharing community dedicated to the facilitation and promotion of trade and commerce in environmental goods and services in the APEC region.

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Proposal for Initiating an Environmental Goods and Services Work Programme Framework E-mail
Tuesday, 12 May 2009 16:00

Submitted by Singapore

AIM

This paper seeks CTI's endorsement on a work programme framework for environmental goods and services (EGS) in APEC.

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Australia and Japan Proposed Activities on Environmental Goods E-mail
Tuesday, 12 May 2009 16:00

The 2008 APEC Ministerial Meeting (AMM) endorsed the Environmental Goods and Services (EGS) Framework for the development by the 2009 Meeting of Ministers Responsible for Trade (MRT) of a concrete EGS work program. Australia and Japan hereby propose that the following project should be endorsed by MAG2 and thus should be added as a part of the EGS work program.

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