Future prospects and policy implications
In concluding the study, this chapter first draws out the lessons that emerge from East Asia's experience in becoming more involved in world markets for textile, clothing and fibres. It then examines the extent to which China needs to be considered as a special case, before turning to review what the political developments in Europe of the late 1980s/early 1990s could mean for East Asian and other exporters of textiles, clothing and fibres. A speculative section then assesses the prospects for...[Show more]
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