The price cycle of raw materials in the first decade of 2000 favored exports from countries with abundant natural resources; However, reducing export dependence on a few goods with little processing level is an unsolved task in several economies. This research attempts to identify why some economies with abundant natural resources are trapped in the initial links of global value chains and what would be the alternatives to scale to stages of greater added value. The results should serve to support the need to design specific industrial policies that extend local linkages with global value chains.
|Effective start/end date||1/04/19 → 31/03/20|
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