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        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges
        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges

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        Greening Global Value Chains: Some Implementation Challenges

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        The paper aims to highlight some of the most important implementation issues associated with the greening of global value chains with special attention given to how public policies and business strategies can support each other in meeting the challenge, particularly in developing countries. This requires a systemic view of global value chains that includes downstream supply chains and explicitly takes into account the relationships between regular members (raw materials providers, component manufacturers, and assembly plants, notably) and their clean-tech suppliers. It also involves a careful description of the business landscapes of global value chains as well as reliable environmental metrics and da ....read more

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        • LanguageEnglish
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        • Postedabout 4 years ago
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