By  on November 18, 2008

GENEVA — Jordan’s apparel sector, which is heavily dependent on U.S. exports, has lost ground in the post-quota era amid cases of abusive labor practices, a World Trade Organization report said.

Violations in apparel factories that employ Asian migrant workers, who account for the bulk of the workforce in the country’s qualified industrial zones, or QIZs, has put the sector under close scrutiny.

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