ANALYSIS: Apparel industry sees renewed hope in DR-CAFTA
By Ivan Castano Freeman | 29 March 2011
Five years after the signing of the Dominican Republic-Central American Free Trade Agreement (DR-CAFTA), Central America's battered textiles and apparel industry is feeling more hopeful that the pact will deliver some of its initial investment targets - especially now that Asia is struggling under major manufacturing and sourcing problems.
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