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  • 1. Fair Trade 공정 ( 직 ) 거래2007/05/08 Trainee meeting R4 Kyoung Soo Lim YOUR SITE HERE
  • 2. Contents 1. Definition 2. Key Principles 3. Certification and Labeling 4. Justifications and Criticism 5. Fair Trade in Korea
  • 3. Definition Organized social movement which promotes standards for international labor, environmentalism, and social policy in areas related to production of Fairtrade labeled and unlabelled goods Focuses in particular on exports from developing countries to developed countries Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_trade
  • 4. Key Principles Creating opportunities for economically disadvantaged producers Transparency and accountability Capacity building Payment of a fair price Gender equity Working conditions Environmental protection International Fair Trade Association (2006). Key Principles of Fair Trade
  • 5. FINE (1998)(Informal Association of the Four Main Fair Trade Networks) FLO FLO IFAT NEWS EFTA (Fairtrade (International (Fairtrade NEWS (Network of (Network of (European Labelling Labelling Fair Trade European European Fair Trade Organizations Association, Organizations Association, Worldshops, Worldshops, International, International, 1989) 1994) 1994) 1990) 1997) 1997)
  • 6. Certification and Labeling Fairtrade Labelling Organizations (FLO) product certification International Fair Trade Association (IFAT) Fair Trade Organization certification In 2005, fair trade certified sales were estimated at €1.1 billion worldwide, a 37% year-to-year increase - FLO (2006)
  • 7. Justifications and Criticism Price distortion argument Free trade and market failures Creation of Arguments insider/outsider markets Commodity crisis Mainstreaming argument