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Strengthening Value Chains as an Industrial Policy Instrument

Methodology and Experience of ECLAC in Central America

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In this book the recent experience of ECLAC in the design of industrial policy and technical support to the governments of two Central American countries, El Salvador and Guatemala, is presented. A complete approach was followed to identify in detail, the constraints faced by each link in the value chain. Intervention strategies for strengthening the value chains that showed a participating character (public-private) and drive structural change in the countries of the region through increased productivity and value added, with special emphasis on small producers.

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The wood-products value chain of the forestry concessions of Petén, Guatemala

The word “Guatemala” comes from the Náhuatl language and means “place of many trees”; and although several centuries have passed since the land was thus named, Guatemala still has one of the largest forestry endowments in Latin America and worldwide.

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