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Supply Chain Management : New Directions for Developing Economies

By Roberts, Paul O., Dr.

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Title: Supply Chain Management : New Directions for Developing Economies  
Author: Roberts, Paul O., Dr.
Language: English
Subject: Economics, Finance & business, World Bank.
Collections: Economics Publications Collection
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Publisher: The World Bank


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We take efficient logistics processes for granted, but... -- In developing economies the process is not always so easy!?or so efficient! -- Logistics costs can amount to 30% of delivered costs in some economies -- In efficient economies it can be as low as 9.5% -- Logistics systems improvements are the ?blocking and tackling? of economic development -- Governments should make every effort to adopt policy that will encourage logistics efficiency...


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