Translation of green paper in Spanish:

green paper

libro verde, n.

noun

  • 1

    (in UK)
    (documento de consulta que precede a la elaboración de un libro blanco) libro verde masculine
    • The Green Paper was published as a European Commission report revealed the British and Irish governments spend less on pensions than any other EU country.
    • The proposals in the Green Paper will go out for consultation before forming the basis for the renewal of the BBC's charter in 2007.
    • Members of CPRE Warwickshire were alarmed when the Government published its Green Paper on planning two years ago, describing it as no less than a thinly veiled come on to developers.
    • He was unable to specify a timeframe when they would report on their findings, but said once their work is complete the Government will produce a Green Paper.
    • The Government is finally expected to respond to the recommendations made in these reports when it publishes its Green Paper on Pensions next week.