This report from the World Economic Forum finds that reducing supply chain barriers can increase global GDP up to 6 times more than removing all import tariffs.
Greening Global Value Chains : Innovation and the International Diffusion of Technologies and Knowledge
This paper from The World Bank seeks to lay out the state of knowledge on the role of innovation and the diffusion of technologies in the greening of global value chains as well as some of the main policy issues.
In this report the UN Global Compact outlines the great benefits to be reaped both for businesses and the world through the implementation of sustainable supply chains.
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