Unveiling Protectionism

Unveiling Protectionism

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qThis volume is the collection of papers and country reports that resulted from a project entitled qWeaving the Fabric of Regional Cooperation for Competitive Garment Exports: A Post-Quota Trading Environment (Phase 2)q. Part One includes seven chapters covering complex issues of post-quota trade and production adjustments in the world and the region, including the large exporters such as China and India and the role of trade facilitation. Efforts were made to provide current information on remaining protectionism in textile and clothing trade in both developed and developing markets. Countries covered through reports in Part Two are Bangladesh, China, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal and Thailand.q--Abstract from ESCAP publications web site.These firms are usually specialized14 and small, and hence complete their job orders15 with the help of numerous suppliers. Even some of the woven garment manufacturers, such as a few in Mumbai, Gurgaon, Chennai and Bangalore, are unorganized. ... because of its lack of competitiveness and technical efficiency among other related factors such as insufficient scales of operation, which limits ... This analysis uses the aggregate summary results of fortieth, forty-fifth, 140 Chapter VI.

Title:Unveiling Protectionism
Publisher:United Nations Publications - 2008


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