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The environment industry


, : The environment industry. OECD Observer ( 177): 26-28

Industry has generally accepted that compliance with environmental regulations is a necessary part of doing business. It has now become apparent that caring for the environment is also a business opportunity. This paper looks at the environment industry which is developing, with particular reference to the OECD countries. It examines the influence of law on this development, as well as the pattern of spending and the level of government involvement.


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