Saturday, November 06, 2004

Global economy: 'Made in Bangladesh' no longer?

One of the world's poorest nations faces deep uncertainty about life after Jan. 1, when textile trade quotas end.
By Dan Morrison | Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor

DHAKA, BANGLADESH – The workers arrive early to this garment factory in the capital's northern suburbs, most by foot, some from homes miles away. They trickle through the entrances in groups of three and four, hundreds of women in saris or long, flowing kurtas, dozens of men wearing slacks and collared shirts.

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'Made in Bangladesh' no longer? |

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