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Individually, they cannot achieve economies of scale in production, have limited bargaining power to purchase inputs and sell their products, and do not command the resources required to buy specialized support services. (...) Through collaboration with partner firms and support institutions, SMEs can achieve economies of scale in purchase, production and retail while they are jointly able to influence policy- making processes. (...) What are the most effective policy measures and what are the roles of large-scale firms to integrate SMEs into global value chains?
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Score: 1183194.2 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...files/2013-12/IR4_info_2_0.pdf
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That all changed on 24 th February 2017, after the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) brought together key sector stakeholders from government, among which the Livestock Breeding and Veterinary Department (LBVD), the Myanmar Veterinary Council (MVC), the University of Veterinary Science (UVS) and private sector to agree on a firm policy direction on CAHWs. The path is now open for the establishment of standardized training and accreditation programs, bringing Myanmar into line with best practice in the region. For smallholders, this will mean more effective services. Farmers commonly sell their livestock for heavy discounts when they fall ill: with better confidence in animal health services, they are more likely to seek assistance and return their livestock to good health. (...) “The decision to develop a firm policy framework for CAHWs is of the highest significance for the smallholders livestock sector, and also has significant implications for veterinary education” says Dr.
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Score: 1183194.2 - https://www.fao.org/myanmar/news/detail-events/en/c/885394/
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The number of women- owned businesses continues to grow at twice the rate of all U.S. firms, and these firms are increasing in economic clout. Between 1997 and 2002, the number of women- owned firms grew by 14%, the number of firms with employees grew by 37%, the number of those employed in women-owned firms increased by 30%, and firm revenues rose by 40%. (...) As strong as the growth of women- owned firms is overall, the number and growth of firms owned by women of color is even stronger – twice the rate of all women-owned firms and four times the rate of all U.S. firms.
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Score: 1182014.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...erp/women/documents/weeks2.pdf
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Normally, a larger amount of time and resources is needed to promote the consortia model among micro and small firms. Medium firms are on average more familiar with export markets. (...) Choice of the right product mix - Sell similar/complementary, not identical products; - Small firms: cooperate to sell sufficient volume. (...) Choice of the right product mix - Sell similar/complementary, not identical products; - Small firms: cooperate to sell sufficient volume.
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Score: 1173571.7 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...iles/2008-07/excon_India_0.pdf
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This resulted in increased number of roadside markets as all fresh producers who sell their produce in town markets had to now sell at the roadside markets. (...) Sweet potato sellers expressed that it took them one week to sell their sweet potatoes which they usually sell in just a few days. (...) Local authorities identified some urban shops and supermarkets selling a lot expired food items (canned items and frozen goods) and some shops were repackaging meats to sell.
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Score: 1171692.8 - https://www.fao.org/uploads/me...Report_4_1_to_31_July_2020.pdf
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• Releasing copy of the treaty © OECD August 2012 COMMUNICATIONS • Progress reports • practical arrangements • Media Release on Signature of Agreement • practical arrangements • Releasing the Text of the Agreement • how arranged and timing • the internet is useful for this purpose © OECD August 2012 Negotiation Process, Tactics and Styles © OECD August 2012 KEY THINGS • Preparation • Selling and bargaining • Good communication • Strategy • Leverage • Open mind • Trust, respect and credibility © OECD August 2012 THE CONDUCT OF NEGOTIATIONS • Whose model is used? (...) Introduce the item (get their attention and start selling) 2. Present your argument(s) – some may be held back 3. (...) • May be linked to: • economic arguments • anti-avoidance arguments • precedent arguments • Taxation under domestic law vs. under the proposed treaty © OECD August 2012 Firm Policy • How firm is the policy? • Some issues are non-negotiable • May be part of signaling/bargaining strategy • Policies are easily read from models and the outcome of other negotiations © OECD August 2012 POINTERS (1) 1.
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Score: 1169787.6 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...tion_PartingtonNegotiation.pdf
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It resulted in high prices and serious problems with selling of timber. This situation influenced on condition of sawmilling industry - 2001 was for this branch a year of reduction of profitability and worsening of ability to pay. - Tendency in worsening of financial situation of State Forests was continued. (...) Only 14% of total employs more than 5 persons. Such a small firms are not able to accumulate funds to replace or modernize equipment. - The system is still required to promote and support bigger reliable contractor firms using legal and financial instruments. (...) This is clearly visible especially in small private firms where employers do not fully perceive the meaning of occupational safety and health. - Introducing new machinery and technologies is difficult because of financial situation of forest contractors.
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Score: 1167796.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...sions/jc-24/reports/poland.pdf
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It resulted in high prices and serious problems with selling of timber. This situation influenced on condition of sawmilling industry - 2001 was for this branch a year of reduction of profitability and worsening of ability to pay. · Tendency in worsening of financial situation of State Forests was continued. (...) Only 14% of total employs more than 5 persons. Such a small firms are not able to accumulate funds to replace or modernize equipment. · The system is still required to promote and support bigger reliable contractor firms using legal and financial instruments. (...) This is clearly visible especially in small private firms where employers do not fully perceive the meaning of occupational safety and health. · Introducing new machinery and technologies is difficult because of financial situation of forest contractors.
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Score: 1167796.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...sions/jc-24/reports/poland.doc
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In need of capital to support a technical upgrade, DrumNet created a JV with a Kenyan ICT firm. The arrangement was essentially a ‘sweat equity’ deal in which the ICT firm would build the next version platform in exchange for equity. Shortly after forming the JV, the ICT firm landed a large contract and redeployed resources to that project. (...) • Could these platforms help farmers in loose value chains sell in a more sophisticated manner within local markets?
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Score: 1165561.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page244.html
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Now the team organised themselves to produce local food and sell it online. They offer smoked meat, plantain, banana bread, smoothies, coffee and more. To abide by physical distancing rules, they created an online profile, called MercaRed, to promote and sell products of seven different youth-led agribusinesses in their area. (...) Adeline owns no facilities to store and refrigerate unsold goods, so in order to sell her produce as quickly as possible, she has moved to selling directly to individuals.
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Score: 1164563.2 - https://www.fao.org/fao-stories/article/en/c/1299932/
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