Enabling SMEs to Enter the International Supply Chain

Abstract

Enabling small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to enter the international supply chain relies on the development of a supportive business environment for SMEs and the build-up of the human, technical, and financial capacity of these SMEs so they can understand the policies and operations of global supply chains and profitably respond to those requirements.

Citation

Trade Facilitation Policy Note, 4 pp.

Enabling SMEs to Enter the International Supply Chain

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