FIAS Occasional Paper No. 6. Examines and compares the recent experiences of a number of developing countries in encouraging backward linkages, the purchasing of goods and services from locally owned suppliers by companies controlled by foreign firms. The authors argue that economic liberalization helps rather than hurts domestic suppliers, that institutional support focusing on upgrading the capabilities of domestic suppliers is critical, and that promotional programs combining public and private resources can accelerate linkage development.305 Pakistana#39;s Public Agricultural Enterprises: Inefficiencies, Market Distortions, and Proposals for Reform. Rashid Faruqee, Ridwan Ali, ... 312 Procurement and Disbursement Manual for Projects with Community Participation. Gita Gopal No.
|Title||:||The Role of Family Planning and Targeted Credit Programs in Demographic Change in Bangladesh|
|Author||:||Shahidur R. Khandker, Muhammad Abdul Latif|
|Publisher||:||World Bank Publications - 1996-01-01|