According to the Bank's website, this project finances technical cooperation to contribute to the diversifaction of the exportable offers of Argentina and Paraguay, developing and disseminating strategies and instruments for the promotion of exports and attraction of investments in intensive sectors in the use of highly qualified human capital and cultural and creative content.
This will entail the following: (i) indentification and development of innovative strategies for commercial promotion and facilitation of traditional sectors; (ii) identification, development and dissemination of policies and instruments for export promotion and investment attraction; and (iii) indentification and proposition of policies and strategies to guarantee the enabling conditions of competitiveness of the new sectors.
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