Main market barriers to alternative energy sources on example of biomass
Keywords:trade barriers, alternative energy sources, environmental goods, biomass
The main obstacles to market development of alternative energy sources are defined. The implications and impact of existing barriers to this market is considered. The reasons hindering the liberalization of trade in environmental goods and technologies are analyzed.
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