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Title: Portugal Mineral Resources Cluster: Collective Strategy for Sectoral Recognition and Sustainable Development
Authors: Lopes, Luís
Peres, Marta
Goulão, Miguel
Martins, Luís
Frazão, Inês
Editors: Castro, Nuria
Frascá, Maria Heloísa
Filho, Cid Chiodi
Keywords: Mineral Resources
Cluster Association
Dimension Stone
Issue Date: 16-Jun-2020
Publisher: Trans Tech Publications
Citation: Lopes, L., Peres, M., Goulão, M., Martins, L., Frazão, I. 2020. Portugal Mineral Resources Cluster: Collective Strategy for Sectoral Recognition and Sustainable Development. In Nuria F. Castro, Maria H.B.O. Frascá and Cid Chiodi Filho Eds. Proceedings of the Global Stone Congress, Key Engineering Materials Vol. 848, pp. 101-108. doi:10.4028/
Abstract: The proposal as a strategic economic cluster and subsequent recognition of the Portugal Mineral Resources Cluster, by the Portuguese Government, constitutes a milestone and an important step for its rational management. It was clear that the economic growth of companies associated with the cluster of mineral resources grew comparatively more in the same period than those that are not part of the cluster. It has also been demonstrated that the learning capacity of making alliances increases the performance of companies. As an evolution of the Portuguese Stone Cluster, where the clustering strategy demonstrated positive results during the Portuguese economic crisis, the main goal, partly already achieved, of the “Associação Cluster Portugal Mineral Resources” is to spread the experience acquired in the stone sector to the Mineral Resources Economic Sector.
ISBN: 978-3-0357-3524-6
Type: article
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