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タイトル: Role of supply chains in adopting product related environmental regulations : case studies of Vietnam
著者: Michida, Etsuyo
Nabeshima, Kaoru
道田, 悦代
鍋嶋, 郁
キーワード: Vietnam
Environmental problems
International trade
Chemical industry
Economic development
Environment
Chemicals
Regulations
Firms
Trade
Issue Date: Mar-2012
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: IDE Discussion Paper. No. 343. 2012.3
抄録: This paper shows some findings how product related environmental regulations, especially those that relate to management of chemical substances affect firms in Asia. Interviews were conducted for some firms in Vietnam that are part of global supply chains of electrical and electronic, furniture, and plastic industries. The global supply chains with MNC lead firms have helped local firms in developing countries to adopt technical PRERs overseas. On the other hand, indigenous firms that do not belong to global value chains might face hurdles to keep exporting to the regulated markets. PRERs could become a barrier for firms that attempt to the regulated markets without supports by MNC lead firms.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/1136
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