Has quota abolition really been so bad?
By just-style.com | 4 July 2005
After a couple of months' intensive lobbying and mind-changing in Beijing, Washington and Brussels, we're pretty close to seeing what the regulatory background is going to be for global apparel trading. More interestingly, though, the first winners and losers are starting to appear among supplier nations. But they're not quite what the experts envisaged, says Mike Flanagan.
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