Experience With Implementation Of Wto-Atc And Implications For Bangladesh
This paper reviews the implementation of the Agreement on Textiles & Clothing (ATC), its implications for the future of Bangladesh's apparel sector and some of the possible strategic response which Bangladesh could design in order to address the emerging challenges in the global apparel market.
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- Mustafizur Rahman & Saifur Rahman, 2000. "Bangladesh-Eu Development Relationship: Major Features And Emerging Issues," CPD Working Paper 5, Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD).
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