Global value chains in the least developed countries of the world: threats and opportunities for local producers
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KeywordsGVCs; global value chains; governance; LDCs; least developed countries; Latin America; SSA; Sub-Saharan Africa; local producers; value chain management; technological upgrading; technological capabilities; competitiveness; public policy; natural resource; national standards; research priorities; research dissemination; small and medium-sized enterprises; SMEs; industrial clusters; regional development.;
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