More than T-shirts: The Integration of Developing Country Producers in Global Value Chains
Federico Bonaglia () and
No 49, OECD Development Centre Policy Insights from OECD Publishing
Technological change and organisational advancements have made possible the greater participation of developing country producers in international trade, in a wide range of goods and services. However, firms based in industrial countries often determine the scope for insertion and upgrading of those producers in global value chains (GVCs). * This Policy Insights introduces the Business for Development: Fostering the Private Sector report.
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