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1NATIONAL SEMINAR ON INTELLECTUAL 9advantages and opportunities to increase
PROPERTY AND COMPETITIVENESS OF AGRo-FOODS its presence and market share in the
Small and medium-sized enterprises (smes). global market? and How can African
2Prepared by the International Bureau producers turn their advantages into
of WIPO Dar es salaam, December 14 and 15, tangible assets in the global
2009 Holiday Inn Hotel. 2. agro-products market? 9.
3The Comparative Advantages and 10The Africa’s Comparative Advantages
Challenges Facing African Agro Products in and Challenges. As we all understand
the Global Market By Francis Mwimanzi. 3. today, a feature of global economic
4Presentation Map. Introduction and systems is the rise of global value
Background Introduction to the topic – why chains, embodying networks of actors, tied
this African Context in Agro-products The together by relationships, linking
Africa’s Comparative Advantages and producers, processors, marketers,
Challenges Inferences – Comparisons and regulators and distributors, most times
Contrasts What then – way forward than not across boarders and oceans along
Conclusion. 4. the chain………. 10.
5Introduction and Background. 11….through the value chain……… 11.
Economists commonly argue that “poor 12in production……… 12.
Countries suffer from a development 13in production……… 13.
‘vicious circle’: …….the predominance of 14in infrastructure……… 14.
subsistence Production inhibits 15In markets and marketing……… 15.
accumulation of savings; leading to low 16Then?? Besides the mentioned
savings, low consumption which further comparative advantages Africa has, it also
inhibits investment; and because has a substantial share of challenges that
investment is low, economic growth is needs to be addressed before Africa could
stagnant.” unfortunately Many African seizing these opportunities, particularly
economies fit this description. 5. in building productive capacities, market
6That is the supply side –production access and entry. What are the challenges
aspects. Accordingly the target market then. 16.
exacerbate the problem by market access 17Comparative challenges……… 17.
barriers, regulations, prohibitive 18Comparative challenges……… 18.
consumer preferences in developed country 19Comparative challenges……… 19.
markets, which further inhibit the 20Production..…challenge in. 20.
incentive to invest, particularly for 21Infrastructure and logistics… 21.
export. 6. 22Markets and Marketing… 22.
7Then the market side creates a 23Markets and Marketing… 23.
scenario. Where, African exports are 24Regulations.… 24.
commodity-dependent, where the buyer 25prices… 25.
determines the rules of the game, 26Policies in target markets… 26.
sometimes without notice! Which has until 27What is then the – way forward… 27.
recently caused a long-term decline in 28Conclusion. 28.
Africa’s terms of trade. And supply-side 29Conclusion. 29.
deficiencies, principally poor physical 30Conclusion. 30.
and fiscal infrastructure and low levels 31Conclusion. 31.
of human resource where governance 32Conclusion. 32.
problems and lack of capacity are abound. 33What are the critical success factors…
7. 33.
8Introduction to the topic. Africa’s 34My request. I have put ideas before
advantages and challenges in the global your expert scrutiny, I hope you will have
market are legion, and have been massively the time, energy and perseverance to work
researched and documented. There are on them and hope that we will enrich our
mountains of data to refer to, most of selves in challenges and opportunities for
which are available in the internet, agri-business and agro-industry
various research papers, newsletter and development for the African populations.
journals Here I will just attempt to Africa is no doubt a major component of
summarize them against the backdrop of the world agro-economy and offers
Africa’s broader advantages and challenges considerable opportunities as part of the
in the global trade. 8. solution to the global food crisis, by
9Our main interest is in…. How can harnessing resources available. 34.
these challenges be turned into tools of 3535.
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