Obstacles facing Burma's textile and clothing sector
By Jozef De Coster | 27 February 2013
Burma's garment industry has huge potential to contribute to national economic growth, both as a foreign exchange earner and a massive job provider. However, in order to achieve its full potential, the sector needs to overcome a range of obstacles, outlined here by Jozef De Coster.
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