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Is Indian Automobile Industry getting integrated with Asian Production Network?

The Auto Industry in Sub Saharan Africa. Investment, Sustainability and Decent Jobs. 03/2021

Date: 
07/03/2021
Brown Lai, AUTOBATE, Nigeria
Kwabena Nyarko Otoo, TUC, Ghana
Sisay Tulu, IFT- L&GWTU, Ethiopia
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International monthly seminar 03/2021

While much attention has been paid to the lack of structural transformation or to processes of premature deindustrialisation, a number of Sub Saharan African countries have actually made important steps in the development of a manufacturing sector, and have attracted increasing investment towards an emerging auto industry.

The report presented here, outcome of a project launched by IndustriALL and FES/TUCC, focuses on seven countries that have either experienced a flourishing automotive sector or that show promising prospects of future expansion: Ghana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda and South Africa.

Building Scenarios for The Connected Autonomous Shared Electric Vehicle (CASE) in Southeast Asia Mega-Urban Regions context: Using the combination of Bibliometric Analysis, Cross-Impact Analysis, and Spatial Analysis

Building Scenarios for The Connected Autonomous Shared Electric Vehicle (CASE) in Southeast Asia Mega-Urban Regions context: Using the combination of Bibliometric Analysis, Cross-Impact Analysis, and Spatial Analysis

Industrial Policy and Regional Development of Automotive Industry in Mexico

Carreto, J., & Patino A. (2022).  Industrial Policy and Regional Development of Automotive Industry in Mexico. (Solares, Jazmin, Zavaleta, Daniela, Ed.).30th International Colloquium of Gerpisa The Auto Industry Entering a Post-pandemic World.

30th International Colloquium of Gerpisa
The Auto Industry Entering a Post-pandemic World
Challenges for Labour in a World of Shifting Trade and Technology
Industrial Policy and Regional Development of Automotive Industry in Mexico
Jorge Carreto, Alejandra Patiño, Jazmín Solares

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Government Policy in Multinational-Dominated Global Value Chains - Structural Transformation within the South African Automotive Industry

Barnes, J., Black A., & Monaco L. (2021).  Government Policy in Multinational-Dominated Global Value Chains - Structural Transformation within the South African Automotive Industry. Andreoni, A. Mondliwa, P. Roberts, S. Tregenna, F. (2021) (eds), Structural Transformation in South Africa – Sectors, Policies, Global Challenges. 100-119.
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