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Removing Institutional Constraints in Utilizing Trade-Related ISMs for LDCs. Identification of Export and Support Measures- The Case of Uganda By Sainabou Taal. 1. Catalogue of priority exports. Methodology: Use of National strategies, country reports, sector reports etc. namely:

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removing institutional constraints in utilizing trade related isms for ldcs

Removing Institutional Constraints in Utilizing Trade-Related ISMs for LDCs

Identification of Export and Support Measures- The Case of Uganda

By Sainabou Taal

1 catalogue of priority exports
1. Catalogue of priority exports
  • Methodology:
    • Use of National strategies, country reports, sector reports etc. namely:
      • DTIS (2006,2013), National Export Strategy, National Development Plan, STDF “Mobilizing Aid for Trade for SPS-Related Technical Co-operation in East Africa: SPS Balance Sheet for Uganda”, ITC sector reports …
2 analysis of priority exports
2. Analysis of priority exports
  • Methodology Step 1:
    • determined competitiveness by assessing the following variables:
      • Export potential: value, world market share, growth rates
      • International environment: growth in world demand,. Uganda’s access to international markets

*Bases on Mandeng’s “revealed comparative advantage” methodology (1991)

2 analysis of priority exports1
2. Analysis of priority exports
  • Filter 1: Value of export
    • High exports: Export > USD 100 million
    • Medium Exports: USD 100 million < Export > 1 million
    • Low Exports: Export < 1 million
  • Filter 2: Competitiveness

- "Retreats" represent declining groups in which the country is losing its market share.

- "Waning Stars" represent declining groups in which a country gains in market share.

- "Missed Opportunities" represent increasing groups in which a country is losing its market share.

-"Rising Stars" represent increasing groups in which a country gains in market share.

2 analysis of priority exports2
2. Analysis of priority exports
  • Filter 3: If mentioned in three key cross-sectoral strategies
    • NES
    • DTIS
    • STDF
  • Filter 4: Diversification of export markets
  • Filter 5: Elimination of sectors that are not relevant to ISMs (i.e. petroleum, cement)
2 analysis of priority exports4
2. Analysis of priority exports
  • Methodology Step 2
    • Relying on national experts for input
    • Establishment of a National Review Committee to examine current list
    • DESA Uganda Mission identified:
      • Importance of value addition/chains
      • Market research needs
      • Trade facilitation
      • Donor coherence?
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