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Industrial Development Report 2004

Industrialization, Environment and the Millennium Development Goals in Sub-Saharan Africa - The New Frontier in the Fight against Poverty

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The Industrial Development Report is intended to build on development policy experience and contribute to a refinement of the international development agenda. The Report pays special attention to current needs and capabilities in the developing countries in general, and the least developed among them in particular. The 2004 edition addresses the challenges faced by Sub-Saharan African countries in furthering their efforts towards poverty reduction and reaching the Millennium Development Goals.

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Foreword

When we launched this series on industrial development last year the idea was to offer, as a permanent feature, a tool to assess the state of world industry: UNIDO's Industrial Development Scoreboard. We also chose to focus the report on the roles of innovation and learning as engines of industrial development and the part played in this by global valuet? chains.

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