how much the enterprises benefited from BIPIK's training and assistance with equipment. Only those enterprises belonging to 'dynamic' clusters appeared to have greatly benefited from the training: they have strong links with markets through buyers who are able to inform them about customer
preferences. Enterprises in more 'dormant' clusters frequently sold their produce themselves, and were unaware of how to reach new markets with improved produce, hence they showed little interest in upgrading their technology.
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