Apparel manufacturers in Canada are facing big changes in their international trade road map and many are counting on free trade with the U.S. and Mexico to help maintain their competitive edge.
Like in the U.S. and Europe, one of the biggest events facing Canadian apparel makers will arrive Jan. 1, 2005. That’s when the World Trade Organization’s 144 members drop their apparel and textile quotas, which, for more than three decades, have limited the number of low-priced garments poor countries can ship to developed countries.
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