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Workshops on cross-border trade and entrepreneurship targeting women in small-scale and informal trade
Under Phase II of the Global Initiative towards post-Covid-19 resurgence of the MSME sector, UNCTAD Trade, Gender and Development Programme delivered four training workshops in Malawi, Tanzania and Zambia.
ETWs are Empretec’s core product, aiming to foster the motivation and self-confidence of participants who have chosen to start or expand their businesses. It is based on a behavioural approach, designed to develop personal entrepreneurial potential.
The Farming as a Business training (FaaB) is centered around the idea that when farming is approached as a business, farmers will have a greater opportunity of increasing their profits, household income, and improving their livelihoods.
Study in Mexico - Competition institutions in Mexico in relation to COVID‐19 and the economic recovery
The study examines the main policy actions implemented by Mexican competition authorities to address the economic crisis brought about by the pandemic and to stimulate economic recovery of SMEs.
This document analyses the role of competition policy in the digital economy, with an emphasis on the relation between business strategies, technological innovation and market concentration; as well as the suitability of the current legal and institutional frameworks for competition in Latin American countries for facing the current challenges.