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Apparel GVC Analysis : Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Turkey (Inglês)

The Competitive Industries and Innovation Program has completed a series of industry-specific global value chain analyses with the ultimate goal to enhance the relevance and quality of public and private investments in priority industries with a view to enhancing productivity and competitiveness, responding directly to demand from client countries.

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  • Data do documento

    2019/01/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    140321

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Bangladesh,

    Sri Lanka,

    Türkiye,

  • Região

    Sul da Ásia, Europa e Ásia Central,

  • Data de divulgação

    2019/08/07

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Apparel GVC Analysis : Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Turkey

  • Palavras-chave

    regional value chain; supply chain management; corporate social responsibility; foreign direct investment; export processing zone; foreign capital participation; share of export; Letter of Credit; free trade agreement; net profit margin; rules of origin; raw material price; global financial crisis; risk management function; availability of labor; social and environmental; human resource management; investment in innovation; joint venture partnerships; tariff import; innovative new product; tariff on import; source of employment; culture of innovation; private sector investor; cost of remediation; average monthly wage; educated work force; choice of supplier; apparel export; apparel sector; apparel industry; sale price; apparel manufacturing; niche products; foreign buyer; manufacturing process; niche market; trade preference; product segment; labor standard; knit fabric; cheap labor; investment requirement; medium firms; largest firms; industry group; rural employment; foreign ownership; rural area; foreign investor; ship time; labor shortage; industry association; regional market; free port; air freight; marketing skills; management skill; local manufacturers; working condition; capacity utilization; department stores; garment manufacturer; global trend; import price; goods export; geographic position; clothing sector; destination market; dominant market; small factory; consumer market; large conglomerate; basic value; production cost; retail price; International Trade; world exports; prospective gains; country accounting; port business; global recession; distribution center; retail store; local bank; input use; working capital; Trade Policy; free access; Trade Policies; tourism sector; preferential trading; tariff-free access; Intra-regional Trade; organizational capacity; export market; supply side; tracking system; social externalities; freight forwarding; international body; apparel quotas; small island; heavy investment; entrepôt trade; important change; trading environment; remediation cost; initial investment; apparel manufacturers; clearance system; collaborative partnership; local counterpart; effective work; in-house training; government incentive; foreign partner; global trade; foreign exchange; successful production; cargo transportation; trade tax; business network; apparel producers; high share; biomass boiler; sand blasting; Clean Technology; corporate culture; boutique hotel; colonial buildings; interior design; domestic retail; import share; logistics service; retail service; value added; apparel product; retail business; image building; risky situation; tax rate; buyer requirement; shipping company; manufacturing costs; internal transport; educated workforce; buyer relationship; material account; efficient infrastructure; worker shortages; bonded warehouse; factory worker; high wage; apparel worker; social indicator; regional logistic; collaborative relationship; international buyers; sri lankans; export quota; textile materials; man-made fibers; innovative process; unit price; Capital Investments; certified factory; employment size; government support; special incentives; level of industry organisation; regional cumulation; retail market; geographical position; sea route; innovation center; increase productivity; mass production; shipping cost; inventory cost; collaborative strategies; local infrastructure; comparative advantage; export basket; domestic supplier; green factory; production process; international shipment; customs procedure; product buyer; skill gap; dominant activity; market intelligence; geographic distribution; direct competitors; innovative product; export value; production line; financial reward; leather good; tailor made; empirical evidence; environmental performance; agricultural production; port efficiency; residential purpose; financial service; sports medicine; standards compliance; regulatory issue; production technique; approval process; living standard; clothing exports

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