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USAID/Philippines commissioned the Duke GVC Center to undertake two studies for the Philippines Department of Trade and Industry Board of Investments in support of the country’s new industry development policies. The objective of the study was to understand the participation of the Philippines in various value chains. The first project focused on manufacturing GVCs and included aerospace, automotive, chemicals, electronics & electrical, paper and shipbuilding. The second focused on agricultural industries and examined the coffee, cocoa, rubber, mango sectors. The ultimate goal was to provide a set of recommendations to the government of the Philippines to enhance the participation and upgrading in the industries selected.

This study was made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents are the responsibility of the Duke GVC Center and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.

The Philippines in the Rubber GVC

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The Philippines in the Coffee GVC

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The Philippines in the Mango GVC

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The Philippines in the Cocoa-Chocolate GVC

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The Philippines in Manufacturing Global Value Chains: An Introduction

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The Philippines in the Aerospace Global Value Chain

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The Philippines in the Automotive Global Value Chain

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The Philippines in the Chemical Global Value Chain

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The Philippines in the Electronics and Electrical Global Value Chain

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The Philippines in the Paper Global Value Chain

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The Philippines in the Shipbuilding Global Value Chain

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Philippines Participation in GVCs: Analysis and Findings

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Workforce Development and Global Value Chains in Developing Countries: Lessons from Chile, India and the Philippines

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