With this publi­ca­ti­on we want to pro­vi­de some pro­spec­ti­ve gui­d­ance on how deve­lo­p­ment coö­pe­ra­ti­on could con­tri­bu­te to clo­sing the finan­cing gap for cir­cu­lar eco­no­my in low- and midd­le-inco­me coun­tries. It is based on selec­ted chap­ters of the stu­dy ‘Finan­cing Cir­cu­lar Eco­no­my in Low- and Midd­leIn­co­me Coun­tries’ by Frank­furt School of Finan­ce and Manage­ment and Deut­sche Gesell­schaft für Inter­na­tio­na­le Zusam­men­ar­beit (GIZ) GmbH. This stu­dy asses­ses dis­tinct bar­ri­ers that hin­der as well as dri­vers that sti­mu­la­te cir­cu­lar eco­no­my in low- and midd­le-inco­me coun­tries. It sets a focus on five selec­ted countries:

      • Colom­bia,

      • the Domi­ni­can Republic,

      • Viet­nam,

      • Alba­nia, and

      • Rwan­da

Quel­le /​ Link: Finan­cing Cir­cu­lar Eco­no­my – Insights for Practitioners

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