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Thought Leaders 2016

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      AGI’s hopes for the future of Ghanaian SMEs

      The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) speaks for over 1,200 businesses in Ghana. As the leading voice of the private sector, AGI has instigated reforms and led policy initiatives in the interest of our small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). ...

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      Levelling the playing field for SMEs

      Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) hold tremendous potential to power growth and job creation – and trade is one of the keys to unlocking that potential. The WTO takes a detailed look at how this can be achieved in its 2016 World Trade Report ...

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      Standards and regulations – impact on SME competitiveness in international trade

      Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are the backbone of the global economy and the main source of employment and innovation. The competitiveness of SMEs, their ability to compete in domestic and global markets, is a key determinant for growth and jobs and therefore a political priority in most countries...

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      The standards and regulations of cross-border e-commerce trade and their effect on SME competitiveness

      With the onset of technology, many new options and innovative new business models for trade have emerged, providing lucrative opportunities for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)....

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      Unlocking trade opportunities for small businesses

      Small businesses could claim to be the world’s biggest business, as they make up the core of the economic fabric in most countries and employ a significant percentage of the global workforce. They are, on average, the businesses that are generating growth, creating jobs...

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