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Emissions de Dioxyde de Carbone et Croissance Economique au Maroc : Une Analyse de la Courbe Environnementale de Kuznets

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Despite the sustained growth in the bilateral trade observed at the beginning of the Century, Moroccan – Brazilian economic relations are still going through what could be called the ‘shallow’ phase of relations between two middle-income countries.

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  • Rim Berahab, 2017. "Emissions de Dioxyde de Carbone et Croissance Economique au Maroc : Une Analyse de la Courbe Environnementale de Kuznets," Research papers & Policy papers 1704, Policy Center for the New South.
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    2. Rim Berahab, 2017. "Decoupling economic growth from CO2 emissions in the world," Policy notes & Policy briefs 1727, Policy Center for the New South.

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