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Structural Adjustment in Textiles and Clothing in the Post-ATC Trading Environment

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  • Denis Audet

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This study focuses on the adjustment challenges facing the textile and clothing industries across the globe. The analytical work was initially suggested during informal consultations between the OECD Trade Committee and Civil Society Organisations. It took two years of extensive discussions in the Working Party of the Trade Committee to deepen understanding of the issues and finalise the study...

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  • Denis Audet, 2004. "Structural Adjustment in Textiles and Clothing in the Post-ATC Trading Environment," OECD Trade Policy Papers 4, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:traaab:4-en
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    1. Mustafizur Rahman & Asif Anwar, 2006. "Bangladesh Apparels Export to the US Market: An Examination of Her Competitiveness vis-à-vis China," CPD Working Paper 62, Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD).
    2. Peter Nedergaard, 2009. "European Union Import Quotas on Chinese Textile and Clothing Exports in 2005: A Panic-Driven Commission or Rational Explanations?," Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade, Springer, vol. 9(1), pages 17-47, March.
    3. Mustafizur Rahman & Asif Anwar, 2006. "Bangladesh Apparels Export to the US Market - An Examination of Her Competitiveness vis-à-vis China," Trade Working Papers 22295, East Asian Bureau of Economic Research.
    4. Kyvik Nord°as, Hildegunn., 2005. "Labour implications of the textiles and clothing quota phase-out," ILO Working Papers 993744523402676, International Labour Organization.

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