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INTEGRATION OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES IN GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS, INCLUDING THROUGH ADDING VALUE TO THEIR EXPORTS : NOTE / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
Bangladesh and Cambodia in global supply chains in the garment sector LDCs are not significant players in GSCs, except in the garment sector. (...) The economies of Bangladesh and Cambodia have become highly dependent on employment in the garment industry. In Bangladesh, the garment industry absorbs about three million workers. (...) Bangladesh has the lowest labour cost in the world, at 22 cents per hour; in Cambodia it is 33 cents per hour. On the one hand, maintaining wage competitiveness would exacerbate the garment-factory labour unrest that has been reported in the past year in both Bangladesh and Cambodia; whereas allowing wage rises in line with rises in consumer prices – particularly food prices – would risk an exodus of generally footloose GSC buyers to other supplier countries.
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Score: 1100351.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=TD/B/C.I/16&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS CENTRE FOR TRADE FACILITATION AND ELECTRONIC BUSINESS (UN/CEFACT) ON ITS TWENTY-SEVENTH SESSION
Several webinars have been organized to maintain the activities of associations, specifically one of the African Alliance for Electronic Commerce (AAEC) on how Single Window has helped to face the pandemic. (...) This call to action invites actors in the garment and footwear industry to take action to accelerate sustainability and circularity of value chains in the industry (...) • Document ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2021/11, Executive Summary for Policymakers: Enhancing Transparency and Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Garment and Footwear Sector and Document ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2021/INF.3, Report – Enhancing Sustainability and Circularity in the Garment and Footwear Sector: Policy Developments on Traceability and Transparency were presented to the Plenary for information.
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Score: 1098326.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...E/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2021/2&Lang=E
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ILO Liaison Office in Myanmar The impact of COVID-19 in Myanmar: a study of workers laid-off in the garment sector ILO Liaison Office in Myanmar The impact of COVID-19 in Myanmar: a study of workers laid-off in the garment sector The impact of COVID-19 in Myanmar: a a study of workers laid off in the garment sector. (...) Overview 5 3.1 The global state of the garment sector during COVID-19 5 3.2 Myanmar’s garment sector and the impact of COVID-19 5 4. (...) The survey covered 150 garment workers who were laid off due to the COVID-19 pandemic from 60 garment factories (representing 12 per cent of active CMP garment factories in Myanmar5) located in Yangon (see Table 1).
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Score: 1097760.5 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_815349.pdf
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ILO Liaison Office in Myanmar The impact of COVID-19 in Myanmar: a study of workers laid-off in the garment sector ILO Liaison Office in Myanmar The impact of COVID-19 in Myanmar: a study of workers laid-off in the garment sector The impact of COVID-19 in Myanmar: a a study of workers laid off in the garment sector. (...) Overview 5 3.1 The global state of the garment sector during COVID-19 5 3.2 Myanmar’s garment sector and the impact of COVID-19 5 4. (...) The survey covered 150 garment workers who were laid off due to the COVID-19 pandemic from 60 garment factories (representing 12 per cent of active CMP garment factories in Myanmar5) located in Yangon (see Table 1).
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Score: 1097760.5 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_815349.pdf
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TRADE ISSUES AND DEVELOPMENT PROSPECTS OF ISLAND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES OF THE PACIFIC : REPORT / PREPARED BY PETER OSBORNE, UNCTAD CONSULTANT, DIRECTOR, TRADE AND INVESTMENT DIVISION, SOUTH PACIFIC FORUM SECRETARIAT
Although Kiribati and Tuvalu maintain a current account surplus, when official transfers are excluded, there is a deficit situation. (...) Containing budget deficits will be necessary if the Pacific island economies are to maintain or improve their external positions. (k) Degree of concentration/diversification of trade in goods and trade in services 31. (...) The majority of PIDCs still maintain a very product driven approach to marketing.
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Score: 1096020.1 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...E/CN.17/1996/IDC/MISC.2&LANG=E
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PALESTINIAN MERCHANDISE TRADE IN THE 1990S : OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES
The same development must also be sought in maintaining the quality of production, through grading and quarantine centres, and coordinating seasonal cultivation patterns with the needs of agro-industry. (...) As long as the historical trade relationship between Israel and the Palestinian economy remains, generally maintained by the interim period economic accords, the possibility of significant regional integration seems less likely since the PA cannot act to correct distortions in domestic production patterns through trade policy instruments. (...) Thus, in the first post-1993 expansion of trade, in 1995, Gaza Strip exports recovered while imports grew dramatically, most of which growth was with Israel, which has maintained its 90 per cent share of Gaza Strip imports since the early 1990s, as compared with under 85 per cent in the case of the West Bank.
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Score: 1095765.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=UNCTAD/GDS/SEU/1&Lang=E
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The quantitative data from the GEA suggests that the typical woman who works in one of the 16 assessed garment factories came to Yangon from her natal state with the explicit purpose of working in a garment factory. (...) This is currently the dominant system of production in Myanmar’s garment sector. It involves a foreign buyer paying contracting fees to a factory to cut the textile fabrics, sew the garments according to provided design specifi cations, and packaging the garments for export. (...) This is currently the dominant system of production in Myanmar’s garment sector. It involves a foreign buyer paying contracting fees to a factory to cut the textile fabrics, sew the garments according to provided design specifi cations, and packaging the garments for export.
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Score: 1093157.8 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_672751.pdf
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The quantitative data from the GEA suggests that the typical woman who works in one of the 16 assessed garment factories came to Yangon from her natal state with the explicit purpose of working in a garment factory. (...) This is currently the dominant system of production in Myanmar’s garment sector. It involves a foreign buyer paying contracting fees to a factory to cut the textile fabrics, sew the garments according to provided design specifi cations, and packaging the garments for export. (...) This is currently the dominant system of production in Myanmar’s garment sector. It involves a foreign buyer paying contracting fees to a factory to cut the textile fabrics, sew the garments according to provided design specifi cations, and packaging the garments for export.
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Score: 1093157.8 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_672751.pdf
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Printed in Viet Nam v he past few decades have seen Viet Nam’s garment industry emerge as an important driver of country’s economy, making Viet Nam the fifth largest garment supplier in the world. (...) Mapping labour standards performance in supply chains Handout 1 Sunrise Company is an imaginary garment factory in Viet Nam, which produces ladies garments for export. (...) Case C. Forced labour in a garment factory? 16 Case D. Forced labour in a wood processing enterprise?
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Score: 1092499.9 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_464453.pdf
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Our impact, their voices Social dialogue, a key to business survival and resilience in Viet Nam The COVID-19 pandemic has had a severe impact on Viet Nam’s garment, footwear and handbag industry, with almost one-in-four workers losing their jobs. (...) Feature | 13 August 2020 Nguyen Thi Ngoc Bich (with mic) speaks to workers at a dialogue at Regina company HAI PHONG, VIET NAM (ILO News) – While Viet Nam has been enjoying a largely pandemic-free environment, the country’s ready-made garment sector is still struggling with the aftermath. (...) However, Regina Viet Nam, a garment company from Hai Phong City employing more than 31,000 workers, has managed to deal with the challenges caused by the global pandemic, while maintaining stable labour relations within its five factories.
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Score: 1092023 - https://www.ilo.org/tokyo/info...WCMS_751956/lang--en/index.htm
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