Bangladesh and Trade Policy
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- The BLDS trade collection
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- Fatal fashion: Analysis of recent factory fires in Pakistan and Bangladesh: a call to protect and respect garment workers’ lives
- Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations, 2013
- The garment industry in both Bangladesh and Pakistan is recognised for paying low wages, demanding and unsafe working conditions, and the repression of unions. Workers are not organised and therefore not in the position to monitor or ...
- Bangladesh Apparels Export to the US Market: An Examination of Her Competitiveness vis-à-vis China
- M. Rahman 2006
- Chinas entry into the WTO, and consequently, into global apparel markets under the newly emerging WTO-ATC regime, was thought to have several implications for apparels trade. Some of these were: (a) Chinas entry would put ...
- Bangladesh’s Access to the Canadian Market: Implications of the New Canadian LDC Initiative and Prospects for Export Diversification
- A. Weston 2003
- Canada held brief domestic consultations about improving market access for LDC products in the spring of 2002. These included a one-month window for responses to a notice published in the official gazette (March 30) and a government d...
- Seeking fair market access for Bangladesh apparels in the USA: a strategic view
- D. Bhattacharya 2000
- The emergence and growth of the Bangladesh RMG took place, largely, within the ambit of regulated discipline of the Multi-Fibre Arrangement (MFA). In spite of its highly discretionary nature, the MFA regime, with its relative predicta...
- The EU-EBA initiative: market access implications and potential benefits for Bangladesh
- D. Bhattacharya 2004
- Since its independence in 1971 when it was recognised as belonging to the group of LDCs, Bangladesh has been enjoying preferential treatment under the various GSP schemes. Although subject to Rules of Origin of varying degrees of stri...
- The new Japanese GSP schemes for LDCs and Bangladesh’s export opportunities
- D. Bhattacharya 2004
- The analysis of the Japanese GSP Scheme shows that preferential access to the Japanese market in case of such products as textile/apparels could be of high potential benefit to Bangladesh; more particularly, the zero-tariff market acc...
- Trade liberalisation and the crop sector in Bangladesh
- M. Hossain 2003
- Agriculture was brought under the purview of GATT, 1994 with a view to minimise distortions in global trade in agricultural and food products. Negotiations on agricultural sector trade had earlier been excluded from GATT on the ground...
- Trade negotiations on temporary movement of natural persons: a strategy paper for Bangladesh
- A. Raihan 2004
- Other than issues of duty free and quota free market access for non-agricultural products, Bangladesh also has strong interests in temporary movement of natural persons (TMNP). In this connection, LDC modalities adopted on September 3...
- TRIPS and the pharmaceutical industry in Bangladesh: towards a national strategy
- T. VanDuzer 2003
- When the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property (the TRIPS Agreement) was concluded at the close of the Uruguay Round of multilateral trade negotiations in 1993, it represented a remarkable expansion of the intern...
- China’s accession to the WTO: Consequences for Bangladesh’s export-oriented RMG sector
- M. Rahman / Centre for Policy Dialogue, Bangladesh, 2003
- Chinas long march to the WTO has been closely followed by other member countries with great interest, and in some cases, great concern. On the one hand, many countries are optimistic that Chinas entry into a rule-based sys...
- Bangladesh Enterprise Institute (BEI)
- Bangladesh Enterprise Institute is a non-profit, non-political research centre. Established in October 2000, the Institute has established for itself a reputation for excellence in its research and advocacy work focusing on the growth of private enterprise in Bangladesh. The Institute promotes issues of importance to the private sector and seeks to initiate essential measures and influence policy...
- Equity & Justice Working Group (EJWG)
- Alliance of NGO and CSO activists in Bangladesh