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World Bank Working Papers. The objective of this report is to identify ways of enhancing competitiveness through sector reforms in Benin, Burkina Faso, Chad, and Mali (the Cotton-4).

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Based on comprehensive empirical studies, the paper identifies key reforms and defines strategies to enhance the competitiveness of the cotton sector in West and Central Africa. The cotton sector in most Wes Based on comprehensive empirical studies, the paper identifies key reforms and defines strategies to enhance the competitiveness of the cotton sector in West and Central Africa. Strategies for Cotton in West and Central Africa: Enhancing Competitiveness in the "Cotton-4" (World Bank Working Papers). 0821371312 (ISBN13: 9780821371312).

Based on comprehensive empirical studies, the paper identifies key reforms and defines strategies to enhance the competitiveness of the cotton sector in West and Central Africa.

Cotton production is truly a success story in West and Central Africa. Despite its strong performance in the past, the sector is characterized by several institutional and structural weaknesses that jeopardize its viability in an era of increasing globalization of the cotton industry. The sector's future performance will also depend on the implications of cotton sector policies in major producing countries such as the United States, the European Union, and China

Strategies for cotton in West and Central Africa: enhancing competitiveness in the . Working with the Grain and Swimming against the Tide. Working Paper 18. London: Africa Power and Politics Programme.

Strategies for cotton in West and Central Africa: enhancing competitiveness in the cotton-4’, Working Paper 108. Washington, DC: World Bank. Markets and States in Tropical Africa: the political basis for agricultural policies. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. Bergamaschi, I. 2008. Mali: origins, patterns and limits of donor-driven ownership’, in Whitfield, . ed. The Politics of Aid: African strategies for dealing with donors. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2011. The cotton sector in most West and Central African countries is critical in terms of its contribution to GDP and exports as well as poverty reduction.

Material type: BookSeries: World Bank working paper, no. 10. ashington, . World Bank, 2007Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 88 . : il. ma. ontent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0821371312; 9780821371312; 9780821371329 (eISBN); 0821371320 (eISBN). Subject(s): Cotton trade - Africa, West Cotton trade - Africa, CentralGenre/Form: Electronic. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

by The World Bank, Supee Teravaninthorn, Gael Raballand.

In response to that support, four cotton-producing countries in West and Central Africa

In response to that support, four cotton-producing countries in West and Central Africa. Cotton subsidies have received considerable attention during the past four years, primarily triggered by the excessive government support received by the cotton sectors in the United States and the European Union. In response to that support, four cotton-producing countries in West and Central Africa.