Asia-Pacific Trade and Investment Review, Vol. 3 No. 1 (June by Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific

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Global Competitiveness Report: Selling to Full Package Providers (New York). Mainuddin, Khandaker (2000). Case of the Garment Industry of Dhaka, Bangladesh, Urban and Local Government Background Series, No. , World Bank). 24 Asia-Pacific Trade and Investment Review Vol. 3, No. 1, June 2007 Ministry of Commerce of Cambodia (2004). Cambodia’s Garment Industry: Meeting the Challenges of the Post-Quota Environment, Technical Assistance Report for the Asian Development Bank. C. (2001). , Growth of Garment Industry in Bangladesh: Economic and Social Dimensions (Dhaka, Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies and Oxfam GB, Bangladesh).

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1, June 2007 exhausted export quantities at home moved to South Asia (Kelegama, 2005), sub-Saharan Africa (Traub-Merz, 2006) and Latin and Central America in order to capture additional quota access in the protected markets of the United States and the European Union. The precise contribution of Asian companies to the textile and clothing exports of South Asia and Africa is undocumented, but it is thought to be substantial, though varied. Diverse internal quota allocation schemes also evolved in exporting developing countries over the years under MFA.

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