Central Asia could be a model for advancing SME trade and inclusive recovery

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By Asia's Developing Future and Asian Development Bank Institute. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.
Like in other parts of Asia and the Pacific, small and medium-sized enterprises – SMEs – are the engine of developing Central Asian economies. Igniting the sector’s trade growth potential will be crucial to the region’s inclusive and sustainable COVID-19 recovery and development. In this podcast, ADBI Vice Chair of Research, Peter Morgan, examines SME trade challenges in Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation – CAREC – countries. He also describes the importance of boosting the region’s SME participation in production and supply chains and measures for doing so. The discussion draws upon the new book, Leveraging SME Finance through Value Chains in CAREC Landlocked Countries, which Morgan co-edited with Naoyuki Yoshino, Professor Emeritus at Keio University and former Dean of ADBI. Read the transcript https://bit.ly/36Ci503 Related link Leveraging SME Finance through Value Chains in CAREC Landlocked Countries https://bit.ly/3pOnb0O#

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