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Moving beyond 'selling' : The importance of fresh produce marketing infrastructure

por Intra-ACP Agricultural Policy Programme; Canbean Associates Inc.(Toronto, Canadá); Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute; IICA, Nassau (Bahamas).
Tipo de material: materialTypeLabelLivroSérie: APP policy brief ; No. 1.Editora: Bahamas: IICA, 2016Descrição: 11 p.Outro título: Improving the way fresh agricultural Produce is marketed in the Caribbean will have positive economic and social impacts in the region.Assunto(s): PRODUCTOS FRESCOS | FRESH PRODUCTS | PRODUIT FRAIS | AGRICULTURA ORGÁNICA | ORGANIC AGRICULTURE | AGRICULTURE BIOLOGIQUE | MERCADEO | MARKETING | COMMERCIALISATION | MERCADO INTERIOR | DOMESTIC MARKETS | MARCHÉ INTÉRIEUR | INFRAESTRUCTURA | INFRASTRUCTURE | INFRASTRUCTURE | DATOS ESTADÍSTICOS | STATISTICAL DATA | DONNÉE STATISTIQUE | SEGURIDAD ALIMENTARIA | FOOD SECURITY | SÉCURITÉ ALIMENTAIRE | DESARROLLO ECONÓMICO | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | DÉVELOPPEMENT ÉCONOMIQUE | CARIBE | CARIBBEAN | CARAÏBES

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Resumo: This policy brief focuses on the adequacy of the market infrastructure and better business facilitation mechanisms in the Region for fresh produce. It addresses the current trade, logistics and transportation and market situations, as well as the outlook for the future, including policy recommendations at both national and regional levels. The brief has been completed based on market adequacy research carried out in 2015 under the APP in five selected countries, as well as an on-going business facilitation study.
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This policy brief focuses on the adequacy of the market infrastructure and better business facilitation mechanisms in the Region for fresh produce. It addresses the current trade, logistics and transportation and market situations, as well as the outlook for the future, including policy recommendations at both national and regional levels. The brief has been completed based on market adequacy research carried out in 2015 under the APP in five selected countries, as well as an on-going business facilitation study.

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